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Originally Posted by Quickfire1
Right i was kind of looking for my particular gun i have been shooting. Winchester super x through it an it has done well, but im a little worried that the the 150 grain bullet wont travel as well in the wind which never seems to stop around our farm
i am guessing that at the distance you're stated you want to shoot, that this target shooting? might want to step up to about 165 gr weight bullet so that it will not be as swayed by the wind. unless you reload, then probably premium or match grade ammo is about the best solution. you might have to try several different brands and types to find what is best suited for your rifle. premium or match grade ammo is usually much more expensive also.
might be good time to think about reloading. you can make ammo that is fine tuned to your rifle that is much more cost effective than the factory premium ammo.
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