Originally Posted by TLuker
Just out of curiosity why are you shooting a 300 WSM?
Bigger impact, longer distance. Looking for a solid spread, so from a .270 up to a 300 WSM, I thought I would be well covered for just about anything I might normally encounter, including varying distances at the range.
Also, when I bought my Tikka T3 Lite some years back, they had the specific gun I wanted in stock and ready to go.
In the years since, GI Joes was bought and then went out of business (bad new management group) and then we had 2 Cabela's open up in our state and I can go there to make purchases. They have a much, much broader selection and can order just about anything you want.
So, all this to say, I would have perhaps made a different choice had Cabela's been an option. But I have what I have. And I am accurate with the 300WSM, just not as consistent as I would like to be. Gotta work on that Flinch problem I have. Part of it may because I'm shooting at a range to sight it in and other rifles are going off all around me. Not sure.
But I will keep working on it. That's half the fun of gaining experience and becoming a better, more mature shooter. Practice.