Pictures of my 700 AAC-SD .308 build incoming. Re-zeroed after bedding the action and new precision scope base to the action. Only had to come down 6 clicks. Installed a new SWR flash hider and put about 40 rounds downrange. I had two 5 shot strings measure out at .75 moa and .85 moa. I had another 2 measure out at 1.5 moa and 1.75 moa. It’s definitely the Indian, not the arrow. I need to cut down on the coffee before range time.
I also got to chronograph some new .45 reloads. 8.0 grains of HS-6 behind a 230grain RN FMJ. 810-830 fps on average.. Not to shabby.
Put myself on my PACT Timer for reaction times from holster. 00.78 second times on average. Not to shabby considering I have not done any short of real practice/training since last November. When I was switched on I had 00.50-00.55 times. Time to get to it. Also, I forgot how nice my 1911 is.
Man, it was a good weekend to go to the range in Western Washington.
Harley Davidson doesn’t get gender equality. Sportsters aren’t “girl” bikes. Everytime I have to wander into a stealership to get a part, the sales people ask when I am gonna trade up to “mans bike”. Christ, I see more ladies on Street Glides, Dynas and Softtails. I guess that would make the big twins “girls” bikes. So what does that say about the guys that also ride them? NOTHING, because what you ride does not have ANY bearing on your gender.
Sportsters are for people who love smaller, super torque’y V-Twins and don’t give a shit what other people think. I love the exhaust note from my old rigid XL1200 at about 4k as I roll off the throttle. I love that it can pull the wheel up in second without trying too hard. That it is carb’d and I can fix it on the side of road with a small kit. That I can ride it across town or 300 miles and it doesn’t care. All my Sportster cares about is hauling ass and maybe getting new rear brakepads.
Getting tired of your shit Harley.