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  For all the recoil WUSSYS!
 
    
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Originally posted by 300S&W 300S&W wrote:

  For all the recoil WUSSYS!
 
    
.................Laugh........If you need a (pussy) sled for the bench to shoot a high recoiling rifle, you shouldn`t own it imo!! Or! Put a muzzle brake on!!.......There are padded vests one can wear and additional slip on recoil pads that one can buy to cheat high recoil. Besides, lugging around and setting up 30-50 lbs of sand bags plus the sled itself,,, is a royal PIA.... But Squeezer! My groups are a 1/4" less with a lead sled. Whooopie! Practice without one! 
 
Wasn`t there a scrawny babe who did a write up seen on line at G&A or Shooting Times about a year ago bench shootin a 460 Wby without a sled????Roll on Floor LaughingAs I remember, they weren`t reduced loads either. I recall that article. 
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

i really appreciate the loving support from you all!! im half assed tempted to just step out onto my porch and deposit 3 rounds into an oak tree in my yard just to say i did it, but then i remembered what happened when kickboxer shot a tree in his yard with his .458 and i had second thoughts.


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BTW! The shooter in that 460 Wby article was the (petite) Jessica Brooks with Barnes Bullets. Using full loadings too!!!
 
Just did a search on the G&A site.
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Jessica is a tough little gal. She inherited from her mother Connie, who uses a .338 Winchester Magnum for anything less than BIG dangerous game, and for that uses something really big, like a .500 Nitro-Express. They are both quite "petite" women.

I have long suspected that smaller people can take recoil better than big, macho guys, partly because they "flex" more during during recoil, rather than get pounded like 250-pound guys. Jessica and Connie are perfect examples.

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Originally posted by Big Squeeze Big Squeeze wrote:

Originally posted by 300S&W 300S&W wrote:

  For all the recoil WUSSYS!
 
    
.................Laugh........If you need a (pussy) sled for the bench to shoot a high recoiling rifle, you shouldn`t own it imo!! Or! Put a muzzle brake on!!.......There are padded vests one can wear and additional slip on recoil pads that one can buy to cheat high recoil. Besides, lugging around and setting up 30-50 lbs of sand bags plus the sled itself,,, is a royal PIA.... But Squeezer! My groups are a 1/4" less with a lead sled. Whooopie! Practice without one! 
 
Wasn`t there a scrawny babe who did a write up seen on line at G&A or Shooting Times about a year ago bench shootin a 460 Wby without a sled????Roll on Floor LaughingAs I remember, they weren`t reduced loads either. I recall that article. 


Roll Eyes  whatever dude

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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

i really appreciate the loving support from you all!! im half assed tempted to just step out onto my porch and deposit 3 rounds into an oak tree in my yard just to say i did it, but then i remembered what happened when kickboxer shot a tree in his yard with his .458 and i had second thoughts.
 
Yea I think we should all go over to Kickboxer's house and teach that tree a lesson.Chainsaw
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   DON"T be shootin no oaks!!
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It was defective...


Edited by Kickboxer - April/19/2009 at 12:55
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  Sally Pyro,
Anything new with the H&H? 
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Hey you guys, pyro's THE man, don't be trashing him.
 
Besides, he got his wife to shoot it.
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Originally posted by Dogger Dogger wrote:

Hey you guys, pyro's THE man, don't be trashing him.
 
Besides, he got his wife to shoot it.
 Do you think she got tired of him crying about the rcoile and grab the rifle fired 3 off handed it back and said, here nancy she shoots fine.
 
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the last time my wife shot a gun, it was a gun i bought for her, she never even went hunting.
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Originally posted by Bigdaddy0381 Bigdaddy0381 wrote:

  Sally Pyro,
Anything new with the H&H? 


i loaded up a 2nd batch of test loads last sunday, waiting for a day where the wind isnt blowing, which lately around here hasnt happened. windy and cool trend for the month of june so they say.
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Originally posted by Bigdaddy0381 Bigdaddy0381 wrote:

  Sally Pyro,
Anything new with the H&H? 



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