Super DISC @ the Farm

Super DISC @ the Farm

Postby sabotloader » September 26th, 2012, 2:46 pm

I had some time this mrning so I took the Super DISC and headed to the farm to get a little recreational shooting in. Forgot the darn camera so I can not show you the setup.

I set clay pigeons at 50, 75, 100, 125 and 150 yards, plus I dropped a target at 100 yards. I really that this setup would keep me entertained for a good part of the morning.

I was shooting off my portable fold up shooting bench with a Caldwell Rock and a Jr. Rock on the back. It was great moring to shoot 60* and little wind which is not the norm at the farm but it was welcomed...

I began the shooting working on the birds from 50 to 150 yards. It was a bunch of fun.

After that I went to the target just to check the 100 yard elevation. Since I use a 3" PBR I wanted to be between 2.75 and 3" above the POI that allows me to dead at about 170 yards.

Shot the first group, made a scope adjustment of 6 clicks to move the bullet right and shot the second group.

Not the best groups in the world but for myself I can live with that shooting a deer.

Older picture of the Rifle in the rock pit

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The componets

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The Target

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So I pronumce the gun ready for the Idaho rifle deer season.
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