>Thanks BC. I was thinking
>you'd have some kind of
>statistic on the subject.
>I figured, based on what little
>I know about physics and
>gravity, 90 grains of 209
>and a 300 grain bullet
>should be dropping about the
>same distance, regardless of the
>barrel it was coming out
>of, barring a lot of
>blow by or a barrel
>to short to use all
>of the energy created.
>Any other inches of drop experience,
>with a similar set up
>would be appreciated.
>Hey, BobCat, what kind of hunts
>are you going on this
>fall. Have you got
>any outings planned with family
>or friends. Any down
>Maybe we'd be more productive heading
>over to Green River and
>do a little prospecting for
>Brother Fenn's bronze larder, what
>d'ya think? Couldn't be
>much less productive, see'in as
>how your elk rifle ain't
>going no where this year.
> 42 pounds, Sept
>12, 2017, $1,348.70 an oz.
> How much is that
>bull elk you been "seeking"
Be Doing some General PISSCUTTIN on the Muzz/Rifle!
If The StickFlippers Keep Wounding Bucks there won't be many left!
We need to Locate the Treasure!
Back Me Off to 1,700 Yards,650 is a Little Close & I'm Not Comfortable with it!
A GUT SHOT at 1,700 Yards will Still Make Some Good BRAGGIN Rights so I Can Say I At Least Hit Him!