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Went to the range today... took the CZ700 and the Weatherby Vanguard w/LSS XL chassis... both .308.  I had a great time except for one small thing...AMMO.  A while back I got a GREAT deal on some SSA (by Nosler) 168gr SMK advertised at 2750 fps from a 24 inch barrel.  I didn't check it, took their word for it made all my calculations for 26 inch and 20 inch barrels.  Velocities were OK, a little slower than advertised, but not too bad.  However, accuracy was crazy.  I won't ever buy that stuff again.  Did some checking when I got home and found that it has a bad rep for extremely poor consistency.  It's OK to "plink" with, I just expected better from something Nosler put their name on.  In 70 rounds, I got a couple of good groups from each rifle... under 1/2 MOA... but mostly 2 or 3 good rounds out of 5 and then some WILD flyers.  I had a guy sitting next to me who shot a 0.14MOA 4 round group at 1000 yards with 6.5 Creedmoor (measured and calculated by the electronic system)try it out and he said "your ammo sucks"... he is shooting in a competition the range is holding in June.  
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