Re: Longrange hunting
Good post Jeff, that's the kind of stuff I'm looking for, I'm looking for hunters and shooters that set up for longrange hunting, using portable benchrests, rangefinders and bigeye spoting scopes or high power binouculars and have dedicated rifles for longrange hunting. I have two longrange rifles a 7/300wby with a 30" barrel and 300wby with a 30" barrel both are hart barrels and rem. 700 actions both were smithed by Howard Wolfe. We did quite a bit on longrange hunting in the past in a grown up strip mine in clearfield Co. but they restripped it and we haven't found another spot since, we have had deer kills from 500 to 1150 yards. We have many longrange hunters and shooters in Penna. and it would be great if someone that is computer savy would moderate a longrange hunting and shooting forum. I also shoot in the groundhog matches in Penna that are close to home and I want to shoot in the 1000 yard matches someday. The rifles I use for the groundhog matches are 6x47 lapua and 6mm br. and 6ppc and I'm going t have one chambered i 6mm dasher after deer season. Again I know we have a lot of longerange hunters in Penna. from Green and Washington Co. and of course in many Northern County's so maybe some one will moderate a longerange hunting and shooting forum where we can exchange hunting and shooting ideas.
Dead groundhogs tell no tales!