Today we got out and shot at the mile spot, good times as always. The rifles were shooting a little flatter than normal, it was only taking about 51.5 minutes of elevation to get out there, which for me was maxing my scope out at just over 40 minutes of available elevation (I sold my adjustable rings with the BORS to a forum member) So I dialed 41.5 moa and was using my 10 minute hash to hold on target, we scored some good hits and had a great time. Kurt (from LVS teel targets) Shot with us today with his supressed fifty, that thing was pretty impressive, seemed to have more recoil than the Barretts, but the blast, noise was definitely not present. Good day of shooting with good people!
Myself behind the Barrett at the mile mark.
Kurt behind his suppressed fifty
Vegas behind his Barrett.
The view through the USO spotter at a mile.
Looking toward the target area without magnification at a mile.
Gotta love the big bad BARRETT, and its suppressed counterparts !!!:headbang: