Jump to content

Dan

Members
  • Content Count

    224
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

About Dan

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Birthday 05/02/1950

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Roosevelt

Recent Profile Visitors

6,750 profile views
  1. Need my muzzlebrake timed on my 338. Who is a good gunsmith in the valley ?
  2. Dan

    Bears in the Pears

    Pears are starting to ripe low (3500-4000 ft ) Depends where you hunt on how low they will go 😊
  3. Dan

    Delw

    He helped me with my boat a few times . Great guy . Will be missed ! R.I.P.
  4. Cabelas in Glendale has about 20 box's of 1000 CCI large rifle primers
  5. Hey ChrisΒ  How you doing ?

  6. Dan

    State Rt. 188 Closed Near Rossevelt

    The beeline will be next !!!!!
  7. Dan

    Fires and how soon

    Drove up the beeline yesterday and Mt Ord is moonscaped !! Looks like a heavy rain could cause major problems on the north west side of the beeline with the drainage.. I think there is going to be bad flooding issues both there and the 188 !!! Don't know if that chaparral will ever grow back !!
  8. Dan

    Sig 2400ABS vs G7 BR2?

    I have used the BR2 since it first became available. Never let me down. A lot faster in hunting situations than the exbal programs that we used before. Have not had a reason to try anything else. Not saying that the new ones are not better but if it ain't broke I ain't going to fix it !!
  9. Dan

    New muzzleloader... Need help!!!

    Got a new CVA Optima V2 50 cal.with the Nitride barrel shoots 1"-1.5" with 100 grs by volume blackhorn 209 barnes 290 gr TMZ sabot. With that moa I'm good out to 200 yrds. Don't need sub MOA with a muzzleloader for hunting. If your shooting 2" moa at a 100yrds you POI at 300 yrds is 6" which is in the kill zone of any big game. At 250 yrds 95% of muzzleloaders have already run out of enough velocity to open the bullet and energy needed for a clean kill . The new CVA Muzzleloaders are really nice muzzleloaders. Easy to clean and maintain and shoot as good as any other muzzleloader that cost twice as much or more. If you really want a longrange muzzleloader (300 yrds +) be ready to spend a lot of money!!
  10. I know it can be difficult for some people to tell the difference between a rock and a person . I always have a spotter when I shoot to make sure that it is a rock that were shooting at and not a person in rock camouflage whether it be up or down canyon 😁😁😁
  11. The gravity part is the easy part. Just make sure your loads are single digit or low teens. Reading the wind separates the men from the boys when shooting out past 700 yrds . Also knowing whether you have a right or left barrel twist (most barrels are right hand twist but there are some left hand out there) to add or subtract your spin drift to your windage setting . I think the best thing you can do is shoot rocks as far as you can when ever you can. Up canyons across canyons down canyons. Turning rocks into gravel at long range will teach you how to read the different winds and most important will give you the confidence that you can make that long shot when it counts . Just my 2 cents.
  12. As long as you have 1800fps to open the bullet and 1500ft lbs send it !!😁😁
  13. Show me a 140 gr. 6.5 mm that has BC of .818 as the 338 300gr. berger does Theoretically you are right. In the real world the 338 is a much better ELR round . Try finding a 1 gr bullet and a 1000gr bullet with the same BC . Just kidding. The reason I shoot a 338 is because of the high BC bullets that are available
  14. My 338 edge has a drop of 468 in at 1300 yrds with a 300 gr berger .818 bc with muzzle velocity 2850 energy at 1300 yrds is 1684 ft lbs The 6.5CM is not in the same class of the 338. You also would have almost triple wind drift as a 338 shooting a 300 gr berger. The 6.5 is NOT even close to a 338 at 1000 yrds velocity or energy. At 1300 yrds my 338 drop 38ft. your 6.5 drop 54ft. 26ft difference So it is not faster or flatter at longrange. Like comparing a bb gun (6.5) to a 22 long rifle (338)
  15. TurtleSkin full leg snake chaps, brand new never worn. $200, located in North Glendale or Salt end of Roosevelt Lake depending on the day. 928 699 5581
Γ—