Are you using a bipod? Try putting it on sandbags instead. Bipods have a tendency to "jump" when they are on flat, smooth surfaces (or at least, that has been my experience).daskraut said:It jumps an inch off the table every time!. I just noticed a guy with one on his .460 and it stayed put, but jesu..... GOLLY, it was loud!
Bah, recoil is just the gun telling you that you pulled the triggerdaskraut said:Tis on a bipod, but I still want a muzzle brake to also reduce the mule like kick.
My Zulu 63 (Savage 110 in .30-06) jumps quite a bit, even when the bipod is on the ground. Maybe I just need to work on my shooting form.Shuggerz said:Hmmm, I can't imagine a 30-06 having a muzzle jump like that. That is interesting. A muzzle break I do not think is necessray for a rifle of that caliber. How is the rifle being held in relative to your shoulder, bench, etc. That could also be a contributing factor.
AND FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!! DO NOT WELD ANYTHING TO THE END OF YOUR BARELL!!!!!!! THERE GOES THE CROWN AND ACCURACY. GET THAT THREADED!!!!!!