Every February for the past six years, Berger Bullets, along with the Desert Sharpshooters Rifle Club has hosted a long-range rifle championship. Held at the Ben Avery shooting facility just north of Phoenix, Arizona, it is different in many aspects—mostly the prize table.
Long range shooters will appreciate the accuracy and performance of the new 7mm 183 grain HPBT (#1983).
Using this technique, a capable competitor can shoot a 1.319-inch five-shot group at 1000 yards.
For most important long-range uses, a single sort of good match bullets by OAL is likely to be sufficient.
Polymer is the hot new coating for lead bullets.
Is there any real benefit of the no lube groove (NLG) design? Or are they just trendy because that’s what everyone else seems to be making? There is no quick recipe for accuracy, instead you must try different loads to see what works best in your gun