Bench Shooting Tips with Mark Bansner
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ОписаниеIn order to maximize the performance from your light weight rifle check out these shooting tips from Mark Bansner.
kingrider75 • 1 месяц назад
I know people down the led sled but I use a slightly modified one for the load development process. My wife made me another pouch that slips over the butt stock holder of the sled and I filled it with corn and pillow stuffing. It does a fantastic job of absorbing the recoil from even hard kicking calibers. After I find my load i do all my shooting off the bi-pod, which is the way I normally shoot. Everybody to their own though
S U R V I V O R • 1 месяц назад
Very good info. I have a factory certified Weatherby vanguard MOA fiberguard 30-06. It has a Swarovski 10x scope on it. I'll keep these tips in mind next time at the range
USMC 2020 • 1 месяц назад
Good presentation but you didn’t show your groups. It would be more convincing if you show the groups.
Gun FlexinTexan • 1 месяц назад
Very nice instructional video!!! 👍🏽
WILBERT RAMOS • 2 месяца назад
Good video👍 now my qstn if the rifles comes with a plastic stock isn't good to add some weigh to the stock? Also glass bedding the stock & if you install a bipod ? Does it makes it more steady? I'm new to firearms I just bought a ruger american .308 rifle & put the scope & a bipod the rifle alone weights 6.5 lb that's very light for a rifle after installing the scope & bipod it feels a lot better but the stock is plastic.. I'm buying a Boyd's wood stock I think with wood stock it will make a huge difference
Luvta Handload • 2 месяца назад
I enjoyed this video. Just bought a Professional in .300 Win Mag so had to check it out. I agree wholeheartedly about the lead sled. I have one available at my private gun range. I always tell people that when you take the recoil out of a gun, it's unnatural so if you're going to use one for sighting-in, verify your POI with sandbags. Might as well use the sandbags right from the start. I do not agree with the idea of shooting at a cross drawn on a piece of paper. Oh, sure, for informal shooting like running a few rounds over a crono or just getting the scope close, it's fine. But for serious group shooting, for record, where you will be measuring group sizes with a caliper it's a no-no. Because the size of the cross and the reticle subtension and the distance you're shooting at will never allow you to hold the reticle in exactly the same place. The reticle might cover up the crossarms so you can't see them. The only target for shooting groups is a black and white square of a size that is compatible with your scope's power and shooting distance. You can quarter the square with the reticle the same way for every shot. For sighting-in low power scopes, use a plain piece of white paper and just quarter it perfectly with every shot. I have fired many sub-moa groups with straight 2.5X scopes by using a 8.5X11 inch piece of paper as the aiming point.
Retro Tech & Electronics • 3 месяца назад
Very informative.... I do this with muzzleloaders so I cant hold position between shots.
The Hate Camel • 3 месяца назад
Great video. Very informative
Jamie Sloan • 3 месяца назад
Your barrel is actually gonna be COLD in a hunting situation. Not warm. Unless you shoot 20 rounds or so before you get to your stand, and then an animal jumps out for you, as soon as you sit down. Lol Not a very likely scenario... So I think that if you're a hunter, you should see how your rifle prints with a COLD barrel. I agree with everything else. Sand bags give me the best groups also. Hard rests make me print high(rifle jumps on recoil). And bipods aren't quite as consistent as sand bags.
Jimmy Inglish • 5 месяцев назад
Great video! Rear bag really helps!
Phil Ward • 5 месяцев назад
We didn't get to see the groups shot...
Mark • 5 месяцев назад
I shoot off of a 'Predator' rest at my gun club. I reload all my ammo, including trimming cases and weighing the powder for each round, using the same brand brass. Yet, my groups are embarrassing. My assessment? Its the Indian and not the arrow. Mr. Bansner has just confirmed my suspisions. Now, back to the range!
Archie Leech • 6 месяцев назад
Great tips Mark. Grateful you offer your experience.
Ralph ditore • 8 месяцев назад
6.5 creedmore with a muzzle brake in a rest like that and a premium rifle with very little recoil can produce stellar accuracy with even the most novice shooter.
Dr Guy • 9 месяцев назад
Excellent, thank you.
Jim Dodich • 1 год назад
no b.s here... thanks
paul • 1 год назад
Thank you very much for your tips . Best video I'v seen so far . from Australia . Cheers.
Chip Altman • 1 год назад
Let's see some groups shud have been ½ inch at least if rifle does what it should've
Declay44mag • 1 год назад
Yes sir I'm glad I came across your video. I shoot off a Caldwell sand bag on front and sock filled at rear.my question is will a rear rest with the v shape be better for the rear of rifle?i usullay shoot pretty good groups,but some times I feel as if I'm holding the cross hairs on target as opposed to resting them on target,if that makes sense. (Not completely relaxed).
REEF X mr • 4 месяца назад
Declay44mag it will help the rifle come straight back. If you’re holding them on target and it’s not resting on target, when you shoot, you’re going to pull or throw the shot because you’re putting pressure to hold it on target.
Mark • 1 год назад
Hi. What rifle would you recommend for bench rest shooting. I'm just getting started. Thanks