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Test Rounds for Accuracy

Test Rounds for Accuracy
Do all your accuracy testing from a solid bench with solid gun support. A critical first step is to tighten all scope mount screws to manufacturer recommended levels — usually about 18 inch pounds.
Hunters are obsessed with accurate rifles — but often mystified as to why some are and some are not. Gunsmiths and even custom gun makers admit they are often mystified, too. Despite the best barrels and most careful rifle construction — using all of their accurizing tricks, gun makers still find rifles that won't shoot.The average hunter doesn't h...
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Your equipment is an important part of the team

Your equipment is an important part of the team
Crucial to any African "hunting team" is rifle, scope and ammo. Blaser switch barrel in 7mm Rem. Mag and 375 H&H Mag. with Leupold optics and Norma ammo is a versatile system.
With a spectacular game antelope like the southern kudu on the menu, you don't want to be unprepared or unskilled. Build the right hunting team and train to use it effectively before starting that safari.
Betsy Spomer, guided by PH Werner von Seydlitz of Immenhof Safaris and Guest Farm, felled this bull blue wildebeest with a single 150-grain Norma Kalahari bullet fired from her Blaser R8.
Hunting in Namibia is a team effort involving not just the hunter, outfitter, guide, tracker and skinner, but also boots, clothing, optics, rifle and ammunition. You're a long way from home over there, so pack the right team. Start by choosing a cartridge suitable to the game you seek. Most U.S. hunters target various antelope during their Africa h...
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