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2nd Pig

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by Buski, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. Buski

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    The 6" KKM, Glock 20 draws 1st blood.

    200Lb Sow @ 20 meters, hit her 4" behind her left ear, w/a 200gr WFN hard cast on top of 8.8 grs of longshot. She dropped & rolled onto her right side.

    Pork steaks/chops, bratwurst & breakfast sausages enroute!

    Good hunting
     

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  2. bac1023

    bac1023

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  3. MarineHawk

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    Awesome - both in terms of equipment and shooting!
     
  4. nickE10mm

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    Whoa, deadly. :) good job!
     
  5. Taterhead

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    Awesome job. That bullet type seems to work pretty well on hogs, as the evidence continues to show.

    Through-and-through, I imagine?
     
  6. Buski

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    I watched the ground explode behind her; complete penetration.:supergrin:

    Good shooting
     
  7. PsTaN

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    Grats on "bringing home the bacon"!!! Nice shot as well!!

    Minor hijack : How do you like the Carver Mount? How sturdy a platform is it? Accuracy?

    PsTaN
     
  8. Buski

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    I'm shooting "nuclear" handloads: 200gr XTPs @ 1250+, Barnes 155gr XPB @ 1400+, 200gr WFN Hardcast @ 1300+. I'm using a KKM 6" barrel w/a Wolff guiderod & 22 lb spring.

    I like the hunting mount.

    It takes some getting used to w/the weight moved forward.

    I believe, the mount has an effect of "stiffening" the gun. This has an effect on which recoil spring weight I use. I must use a "lighter" spring, when I'm using the Barnes or the hardcast bullets, in order for the gun to function correctly (ie 19 lb vs 22). Similar to the effect you get when you put a "compensator" on.

    The mount is sturdy. I used loctite, on the assembly bolts. Everything remains tight.

    I did need to also loctite my C-more elevation lock bolt as that did come loose several times.

    I like a red dot, in the woods, as seeing the front sight clearly is sometimes difficult. The dot is always there.

    Good shooting