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    Just make sure you dont miss both #11929!! AS a side not I wonder how long before we start seeing better BC bullts that require a faster twist in the 22LR That would make a big difference in the ELR end of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEMTHunter View Post
    AS a side not I wonder how long before we start seeing better BC bullts that require a faster twist in the 22LR That would make a big difference in the ELR end of things.
    I plan to test some faster twists. But velocity ES is top on my list.

    Jeff

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    Tested first batches of Long Range Match on the Anschutz MPR i use for PRS type comps ,after testing 36+ btches of midas and center-x on the BR rifles. But for reference shot both midas+ and Exact in the same rifle . Lapua Rimfire ammo is much more consistent than SK ammo even tough they come from same factory , those extra $$ spent buy consistency

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.T View Post
    Tested first batches of Long Range Match on the Anschutz MPR i use for PRS type comps ,after testing 36+ btches of midas and center-x on the BR rifles. But for reference shot both midas+ and Exact in the same rifle . Lapua Rimfire ammo is much more consistent than SK ammo even tough they come from same factory , those extra $$ spent buy consistency
    Could you please offer Muzzle Velocity extreme spread on the SK Long Range on your testing?
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    Jeff

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    Not yet as i dont have the whole data yet. Only group sizes.

    This is at Lapua/SK factory range where we aranged with the Lapua top brass to have 12 lots of LR Match ready to be tested, Shonebeck Germany range normaly only offers batch testing Lapua X-act ,Midas+ and Center X so it was first for them as well . Untill i get the ammo we ordered i cant tell what ES and SD are , what i can tell you is that Lapua grades are next level accurate compared to SK 'match' grades . Only one LR match lot realy worked for me.

    At present for strictly ELR (that is a low round count event) i would likely use the best Lapua i can as the groups are almost half the size compared to SK ,for ES & SD i do not expect LR to be better than other ammo .
    At present i am looking at LR match as an Ideal Rimfire PRS round, with slightly more energy and speed at distance than standard.

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    I've ordered a little bit of the SK Long Range Match along with some Biathlon Sport. i will be testing it out primarily in my Vudoo, but will run some round through my Anschutz as well. Curious on the actual velocity and ES. JAIA over on Rimfire Central had good success with the Biathlon Sport at 200 yards. Now (like many here) I'm just waiting on ammo and good weather! I'll post my results when that day comes.

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    Eley Biathlon is the fastest of them all actualy supersonic , RWS R100 is on the razors edge of supersonic .While SK Long Range Match and Lapua Biathlon seem to be in the same velocity range , kind a makes sense for the factory to run same recepies , altough the Biathlon in fast only because they want to keep it standard velocity at deep freezing -20C

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    First, I am not in the class of anyone here. I am just an guy wanting to compete and have fun. This is my experience with SK Long Range Match. The rifle is MLR22TB, a Magnum Research 10/22 clone. All results are from a LabRadar, indoors.

    Series 23 - Avg 1054, High 1069, Low 1039, ES 30, SD 10.7-9 shots
    Series 22 - Avg 1055, High 1072, Low 1036, ES 36, SD 10.5-10 shots
    Series 21 - Avg 1057, High 1089, Low 1031, ES 58, SD 14.9-10 shots

    I have more series but I have to clean up my data as the LabRadar read other shots on adjacent lanes and skewed the results. My major complaint is that the groups showed vertical stringing which correlated with the spreads in velocity. I have my Strelok Pro app set at 1048 for velocity and when the velocity was close to that my POI was almost in the center. The vertical stringing at 100 yards was as much as 2 1/2 inches. The horizontal group was acceptable.

    I have photos but am at work right now. I will post them if there is interest.

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