Yes it should be a 1/4 MOA groups at least under 1/2 MOA.
Yes I do a lot of longer range predator hunting 200-a max of 400 yards out in Texas every year. I sure liked the Rock River 20" A-4 Varmint rifle due to it's excellent accuracy but building this new rifle I should get the same similar performance since it is an 18" Fluted Barrel is a 1:8 Twist Cryo Treated Barrel and was able to trim 2 lbs off compared to the Varmint Model.
The 20" A-4 Varmint weight was 12 Lbs
. and 12Lbs 11.4 oz with a fully loaded 20 round magazine of 55 gr bullets.
The New R-3 Comp Design Rifle weighs in at 10 Lbs
. with the A-2 Stock on it.10 Lbs 11.4 oz. with a fully loaded 20 round magazine of 55 gr bullets. I probably could reduce it by taking the Rock River Scout Rail off that weighs 7 0z. but I like the regidity of them. And complete ability of forward and reward adjustment. And the rifle can take a beating without worry of the zero changing due to the IOR rings and RRA base damage. I may also put an Ace Full Length (Skeletonized) Stock on it in the future to cut the weight down a little.
I know for some that is heavy but a reduction of 2 Lbs is 2 Lbs if you have to pack it around all day for several days!
By the way Hardluk.
Thanks for the info and the video. I ordered two of them this afternoon. $19.95 ea. One for my R-3 Comp Rifle and the one I am building for my Grandson just like mine except he wants a 6 Position Collapsible Stock on his. OH my mistake! I am going to make him actually build it with supervision!
I think it will mean more to him to accomplish the task by doing most or all of it. He is going to learn to Barrel and all. Can't wait they are coming down in about three weeks. Once again Thanks for the sling info and looking forward to getting it and using it at home and in Texas this coming November.
Hey DOC how about some pics of the Yote Rig!