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Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by Alaskapopo, May 18, 2011.
Range Report 5-17-11 with Rogue Hunter.
Looks good, like too give the 75gr HPBT try, in my recce rifle but every one is out of stock.
I take it thats an 18" barrel? Seems like your loosing alot of velocity. Cause I'm get almost 2600 fps with my 16" carbine with the 75 gr Horns with Bench Mark. Groups look good though!
Those extreme spreads are impressive, good shooting as well.
I will have to try some Benchmark. I have a N140 load that is going 2600 fps but its not as accurate in the Noveske. In my Larue Stealth it shoots nearly as well.
Dang fine shooting Pat,.........as always!
Good post. thanks.
I think you mistakenly listed your trigger as a single stage. While their 3G series feel like a single stage, I believe they are actually super smooth 2 stage. I have the SD3G and love it.
It feels like a hybrid between a single and a two stage. There is no take up, there is only a small amount of pull before it fires. Its nothing like my other Geissele two stage triggers.
The Geissele Super 3 Gun (S3G) trigger is a semi-automatic-only derivative of the two-stage Super Select-Fire (SSF) combat trigger that Geissele Automatics produces for customers in the U.S. Special Operations Community. The S3G was developed to combine the SSF combat trigger’s match-grade semi-automatic performance with its smooth single-stage full-automatic feel to make a fast, smooth, and robust trigger ideal for 3 Gun competition shooting.