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    Default .375 Dialed In

    Went up to the range to squeeze off a couple to make sure everything was good after I relieved the barrel channel slightly. The rifle will do this with Barnes 300 gr. TSX too, but for some reason the brass won't make good neck tension so I am going with the Sierra 300 grain SBT until I can work on the 265 gr. and 300 gr. GS Custom bullets I have. I think this is pretty dang good.

    That bullet hole is exactly 1/2-inch top-to-bottom and 1/2-inch left to right. My money was well-spent with Jim Brockman. Man I am tickled.
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    Wow that is impressive!

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    Not much room for improvement.
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    Good shooting. Go test it out on a bear.

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    I just got 1.2" groups with some 250gr TTSX, not sure if they would be any different than the 300 TSX as far as neck tension goes.

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