benchrest

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  • With any benchrest rifle, there are two techniques generally used to deal with the wind.
  • It has been used extensively in benchrest competitions and is known as an extremely accurate long range round.
  • They show, rather, adaptations of benchrest ideas for the more common hunting rifle.
  • This is an example of the non-competitive use of benchrest techniques.
  • Nearly all benchrest rifles are custom made, and many shooters do their own gunsmithing.
  • The World Benchrest Championship is hosted in a different country every 2 years.
  • It is however held in high regard for its accuracy and is widely considered the grandfather of benchrest cartridges.
  • A benchrest rifle is a type of rifle with a barrel and mechanism that has been built into a machine rest.
  • It is also used in competitions such as F-Class and Benchrest formats.
  • High quality aperture iron sights could be used, but nearly all benchrest events allow telescopic sights.
  • Only the most consistent and efficient cartridges can provide the necessary accuracy for benchrest shooting.
  • The varmint model has a very well constructed benchrest style stock, while the predator models have a more sporter style stock.
  • The post-Civil War era "double rest" rifles were one early form of "benchrest" rifles.
  • A model known as a Hawk Angel was made specifically for benchrest shooting.
  • Lon is a crippled man, who was once a great competition benchrest shooter.
  • Most short-range benchrest shooters use precision target grade bullets made by custom bullet makers.
  • One final form of limiting case wear is, unfortunately, limited strictly to benchrest shooters with custom-cut chambers.
  • Benchrest shooting is a sport in which very accurate and precise rifles are shot at paper targets.
  • The rests sit on a table or bench, hence the name "benchrest."
  • The term railgun is also used for conventional firearms used in the Unlimited class of benchrest shooting.
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