Originally Posted by hardluk1
Gun runner Befor you order some fancey stock you may want visit a long range competition and see what shooters use in different class's. You will find stock looking rifles shooting 1" groups at 300 to 400 yards. With any extra money lay'n around spend it on a good front and rear rifle rest and scope. You may find you can shoot long range groups that far excede what you think is practical. When you feel you ready look for some fun match like an egg match around your area. But when you are ready for a step up in class shooting look at what mcmillian offers as they can cover most any design up to a heavy bench class along with triggers and barrel upgrades.
Sounds like an idea. What do you think is the maximum distance you think for shooting tight groups with a .308 caliber even though these rifles can easily go over 3 miles? Someone said about 500-600 yards with a .223 but Id like to shoot some targets around the 1000-1500 yard range and if so what scope would you recommend to see where my shots are going at that distance without a spotting scope?