i prefer my Optima over the omega i had.
I do shoot a lot. I shoot CAS too, and burn two cases a year just doing that.it seems like i shoot a lot, and i do. Not my fault no one here shoots and posts anything.
Im going out now to do some shooting, may report back if the accuracy is fair LOL.
Its my passion to tinker with things and see if i can make them shoot better. Free floating a barrel or forearm should be something done on all rifles, it helps greatly during the summer heat.frontier, if cva's are so darn great why in the world do you have to keep taking them apart, modifing them, and rebuilding them so they shoot as well and are as reliable as tc's out of the box? or in other words building them up to near tc standards yet still not quite reaching it?
thanks for confirming the point of my question. why sould you have to tinker with them to make them shoot better. not needed with a tc.Its my passion to tinker with things and see if i can make them shoot better. Free floating a barrel or forearm should be something done on all rifles, it helps greatly during the summer heat.
A 5/32" flash channel in a breech plug allows you to shoot more shots and be less affected by the carbon build up causing your shots to slow down.
Adjusting your head spacing for a tighter fit to eliminate primer blow by also helps keep pressures inside the breech plug level and clean. A gun that shoots more soot into the action than into the barrel isnt going to be very consistent IMO.
A clean bore may shoot tighter groups than a filthy bore, especially when shooting T7 or pyrodex.
Mike Bellm of Bellmtcs makes a living off of repairing TC's mess up's.