Well, I put three new buckmaster scopes on my rifles. On my 22-250 Ruger Target grey and my Mark V Custom 300WBY I put the 6-18x40mm SF BDC and on my Kimber 8400 Montana I put the 4.5-14x40mm SF BDC. Now I got up at 5:30am got myself and exquipment ready loaded up and was set up by 7:30am and ready to shoot. I wanted to use the cool of the morning to keep barrel temp down and so I would shoot one starting with the 300WBY and then the 30-06 and finish the rotation with my 22-250. Now I think it is better to take one rifle and just work with it or maybe two because the difference in trigger, recoil, and fit of each rifle is different and that means there has to be a lot of control with my shooting technique. My new loads for my 30-06 that I was trying were not satidfactory and I will have to work on those. My 22-250 trying new loads with the 53 TSX were ok but need work. Now not many times in my life have I shot a group like I did today. Only one other time have I done so and that was with a Savage 116 7mmSTW which will be the first picture I show. Then I will show the 22-250 group on a 22 target so you can get a perspective just how phenominal the group out of my 300WBY really is. Then you will see the 300WBY group that I shot at 200yds which I think needs some work. It was the last group of the day and I was getting tired and not focusing as well as when I shot the first group at 100yds with the 300WBY.
Here is the 7mmSTW target
Here is the 22-250 target
Here is the 300WWBY target I got a close as I could so you could see it and the stain is from the wet board early in the morning.
Here is the 300WBY at 200yds
Yes, this was a good day.