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Dr. Strangelove

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  1. Tried to send a PM but it says you can’t receive messages!
  2. What twist rate are you going for? I’d suggest a 1:11; I don’t think my 1:12 will work well with anything heavier than a 175gr bullet.
  3. I’m not especially experienced with longer range .308 shooting but by all accounts heavier but slower will buck the wind better. I’m getting a 175gr TMK up to 2,670fps. Need to chrono my CFE223 loads but hoping it to be fairly similar. Alliant Power Pro 2000MR is supposedly very good for .308 but there’s not much of it in the UK yet. What twist rate is your barrel?
  4. As Nick said, Ase mods can use the BoreLock muzzle brake. I have this combo and bought it complete as such; muzzle brake and moderator in a package. A lot more American made moderators attach to muzzle brakes. As far as I know, only the Ase, Accuracy International and certain models of MAE moderator can be fitted to a brake. Is the consensus that in the UK/Europe people would tend to use one or the other? As in, being happy to completely unscrew a brake to put a mod on?
  5. Ah that’s excellent! I’ve not tried RWS SM but have had good results out to 50m with R50. Just need to get more range time!
  6. Is that last group at 100? If so, brilliant shooting! Was that using the SK or RWS ammo?
  7. Good afternoon,I’m selling a used but good condition Steyr SSG 69 P2/P1 in .308Win. It’s a P2 barrel and trigger (slightly beefier than a P1 trigger) but with a P1 stock and bolt handle. You still get the classic SSG 69 look; the only difference is a lack of iron sights!.I’ll be honest - I don’t know what the round count is. That being said, the bore is in very good condition and the rifling is strong.It’s threaded 5/8x24 and has a 25.5” barrel. There’s also a low profile Picatinny rail installed onto the receiver. The rifle has a Tango Lima Industries CNC machined aluminium bottom metal insta
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