I took a second shot at the same target right after the first one. This time I could see my first hole and used it as a point of reference. I didn't video taking the shot. Just the aftermath. I'll try to get that video up too.
Here's the second video... and a little more info: The bullets were Hornady 150gr SPBT but they were my reloads. The brass was Lake City Match Brass from 1982, the powder was 42gr. of IMR4064 and the primers were CCI200 Large Rifle Primers. The extra brass laying next to the rifle was from earlier shots I took at the gong to zero the scope. It was set at 100yds. After zeroing the scope to 300yds I waited about 30 minutes and was talking to another shooter as he was packing up to leave. I figure that was enough time for the rifle to cool. Hence the shot being called a "cold bore" shot.
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