Yeah, you seem to have quite an attitude problem. Oh, wait...
I live at sea level, which makes me a level-headed guy, instead of an air-head.
I'll be on my way to Raton next month for the Nationals. I hope you don't suck up all the oxygen before I get there.
Highest elevation I've been to was Pike's Peak @ 14,100feet ASL. Heck of a drive up and driving down was worse.
I had a match today where I was able to test the bullets at 1000 yards for 65 rounds. I am very impressed; I shot the bullets paying little attention to the wind and in 65 rounds all day, never shot worse than a 9 (inside 2 MOA at 1000 yards.) I really only aimed at the X or sometimes pulled a little to one side of the 10-ring or the other.
I was not shooting for score or to win so much as to try to see how the wind affected these bullets. The other folks were telling me they were holding a lot further out than I was and a bunch still collected some 8s.
I had some elevation issues but that was due to a total lack of case prep; the cases I was using were all brand-new, never been fired. For the September match, I will be using twice-fired prepped brass.
My large order for the bullets came in on Friday; I'm all set.
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