Denis McCarthy: Awesome shooting fellas! Great video too. XCR in .300 Mag is my next rifle
sho nuff. Take care -
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Zack B: Nice footage!
Luccimatic: That slow mo of the long shot. Never seen the arch of a bullet displayed so
well in such bright lighting before. Awesome camera work.
The Apostle: where is this? great vid by the way!
Long Range Shooters of Utah: Nightforce all the way man. Won't buy much else. It's an NXS 5.5 - 22 x 56
mm. I have since sold the entire setup and I'm building a custom 7mm-300
win mag. I will be topping it with another Nightforce, hopefully their new
ATACR which is very similar but has 125 minutes of elevation adjustment
instead of the 100 that my previous scope had.
psychojon88: Awesome shooting and filming ! I just bought a savage .300 win mag , set it
all up and taking it out back in two weeks . Can't wait ! So busy at work
and making knives have to wait . Thanks again !
yee209e: You can see the when the bullet travels through the air if you pay close
Dyna78: Nice shooting! Great capturing of the vapor trail as well.
Long Range Shooters of Utah: 1560 lbs/square in at 800 yards. 3847 at the muzzle, 1213 at 1000 yards.
Check out my latest video shooting jugs at 1260 yards with a target cam. We
actually catch an image of the bullet in flight just before impact.
Long Range Shooters of Utah: Thanks, there are some other good examples within my other videos. Check it
drkstrm93: you know its not vapour right? its actually the sonic boom in front of the
bullet as it travels through the air.
thrasherno1: Nice camera to by the way. You can see the bullet moving the air around it
amazing. Good work.
Long Range Shooters of Utah: Thanks. Just having some fun.
USAbornANDraised: I'm loving the vapor trail at 2:35
nachtjager77: 112" of drop? That's incredible! What kind of scope are you using?
Amazingly well done video, thanks for posting.
Luccimatic: So when you say +15 moa at 800 does that mean you only have to compensate
for 15 inches of drop? That's pretty amazing if so.
atlasdaddy: At 800 yards, how much energy is delivered by that round? Thanks
Long Range Shooters of Utah: It's a great round. If you're hunting it a great all-around option. You can
easily take just about any big game animal in North America with it. Might
be a little overkill for some but not too bad. For long range it's solid,
that's why the military is starting to use it in lieu of the 308. Don't
overlook a 7mm Rem Mag or 7 WSM. In some ways it's superior to the 300. Do
a search for "GA Precision 7wsm 1400 yards" it's my buddy. She shoots 2000
yrds with 7WSM. Berger 7mm has the best BC of any.
Long Range Shooters of Utah: Thanks buddy.
kingrider75: Great shooting man. I'm a bit of a milk jug shooter myself lol. Very
satisfying when the spray goes off lol. Keep the videos coming!
fla playa: Dropping a couple hundred in ammo-Great upload.
Long Range Shooters of Utah: The vapor trail is quite apparent in many of my videos. Check out "long
range shooting suppressed" by stainless tumbling media. Amazing vapor trail
in slow motion. Thanks for watching.
aussiecal: Great shooting I have a bunch of milk jugs ready for my next trip out Cant
wait to see them explode What video camera do you use? Do you film through
a spotting scope?
robert webster: AWSOME shooting... I'm thinking of getting a 399 win mag myself.
Long Range Shooters of Utah: No, I had to adjust 15 minutes of angle (MOA) of elevation. Most scope are
in increments of MOA or MILS. It works out to be about 112 inches of drop
at that distance.
Long Range Shooters of Utah: I love the amax. I use to shoot 190 gr Sierra Match King but I like these
much more. Most of my buddies shoot Bergers but I just can't swallow the
cost. I get 100 amax for $30-35 whereas the bergers are closer to $50 and
I'd have to spend a lot of money in load testing to get the seating depth
just right as they are known for being finicky.
PREDATOR03: Those last shots that you can see the trajectory us cool as freak
RimFireCenterFire: Good Shooting.
CaLcuLaToRFace425: Very nice!
Long Range Shooters of Utah: Northern Utah
Long Range Shooters of Utah: Trace, vapour trail, sonic boom...whatever you prefer to call it. Most
viewer have no idea that it even happens and vapour trail seems to click
even if it's not entirely accurate. Thanks for watching.
Long Range Shooters of Utah: Sadly I don't have a spotting scope yet. When I do it will be nice but that
just mean it's gonna be a while. The camera is a panasonic TMR-60, I don't
think it's made anymore. It was very popular & they have since save the
same features for higher end more $ models. It's a bit of a unicorn. Known
for having an excellent zoom & image stabilization. Very small too. Maybe
I'll do a video on it since I get many questions like this. Thanks for
watching. I've got 15-20 jugs on stand by to be shot.
Long Range Shooting 800 Yards vs Milk Jugs - 300 Win Mag - 208 gr AMAX4.9
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