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"Point Break Actual Pt 1" by Nutnfancy, Precision Bolt Gun Shooting

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Published on Feb 13, 2012

I like showing some of the realities of tactical shooting in TNP. Coming to you in a bare bones basic edit, "Point Break Actual Part 1" shows BuggetNuster and I doing just that in a beautiful high desert basin. Much discussion is included about the optics choices, exterior ballsistics, effective ranging, camouflage, the packs, the load outs, the hike, and connecting with our guns at extended ranges. We're learning here as we go along and we should all be students. Filmed in October 2011, I wasn't so sure it would be interesting enough to post. But after re-watching it in post production, I think it will hold your interest if you're into the precision bolt guns like we are. The scenery is magnificent and the shots are long. Bugget employs a heavy Accuracy International clone build and I'm testing two Remingtons (.308 and .300 WM) in the "Point Break" shoot (and carrying two on the hike). First shot has us at about 600 yards on the Actiontarget.com steel way down below in the basin. The sloping hills we have to shoot on brings some complications and you'll see our solutions as the series progresses. Always time crunched, I wasn't able to get my ballistics tables pre-printed, tested, and ready and without a BC for some loads, some experimentation was going on. The day was near perfection though for yet another epic gear testing adventure with my buddy up in the mountains. Gear up for 1 hour free-of-charge Nutnfancy adventure.

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