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Discussion in 'Hi-Point Carbines' started by ski.dive, Oct 25, 2020.
Missed first 3 shots at 50 yards, had a couple of ricochets at 100....aaand I stopped watching.
So what was the question?
Cant wait til you zero your .308 and find out what it takes to hit at 300, then 600. Never mind 1000.
Can a .308 bullet even go 1000 yards?
Don't think there was one, Swagz. Think OP's point was he was pretty impressed that a 9 mm could reach out and touch someone at 200 yrds. Vid isn't bad - least this one isn't busting HP through the whole thing or welding the barrel shut to see if he can blow it up
Well...according to the interwebz, a .22 will kill at 2 miles, so I’m betting yes.
Then there’s the fact that I put belted 7.62 NATO on targets at 1200 without too much effort. Quite the rainbow trajectory the tracers made out across to the next ridge.
What length barrel? I have been poo-poo-ed for my 18" barrel. "Not necessary, 16" is what you need." Then I was watching Chris Bartucci (Small Arms Solutions) and he recommends the 18" for the best all around.
He was using a 60.
A’right I get that.
But this wasn’t 200 ping 200 ping 200 ping 200 ping which is what the title suggested.
Yes, it can.
Mmmmmmmmmmmm-60 macheeeen gun.............
I used to do it regularly with a 24" barrel. Fixin' to start doin' it again too. Just waiting on glass.
Sniper kill at 1250m with a .308 by Jim Gilliland.