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Tiger Valley Precision Rifle

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Anybody familiar with this class? The Level I Precision Rifle Course

Curious what opinions where?
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Excellent school.
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But what 1.0 MOA rifle? What scope? What size match ammunition?

I read all the Ukrainian precision shooters in a previous post all liked .338 Lapua.

But what is a economical precision rifle that is not so heavy you can't hike with it?

Is there one?

Spend more on the scope, less on the rifle?

Spend more on the rifle and then you spend less on the ammunition you waste?

Asking for a friend.

So many opinions on youtube.
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philip964 wrote: Tue Sep 13, 2022 7:15 pm But what 1.0 MOA rifle? What scope? What size match ammunition?

I read all the Ukrainian precision shooters in a previous post all liked .338 Lapua.

But what is a economical precision rifle that is not so heavy you can't hike with it?

Is there one?

Spend more on the scope, less on the rifle?

Spend more on the rifle and then you spend less on the ammunition you waste?

Asking for a friend.

So many opinions on youtube.
Shooters with the the 6.5mm Creedmoor round were twice as likely to nail their targets at ranges up to 1,000 meters, resulting in a 33% increase in effective range and a measurable decreased recoil and wind effect
SOCOM is giving one of its sniper rifles a 6.5mm facelift

Ruger Precision and Sig Cross are popular 6.5CM bolt action guns.
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