They were alright, a little boring (kinda like the dreadmill), I had to pay attention to maintain the explosive step up with each rep and not just start doing regular step ups. I think I'll try them again tomorrow with more weight for less time.
3 miles with a 35# pack then
There's really not a lot to share. I removed the recoil pad and the plastic spacer behind it, taped the stock with masking tape, set the miter saw to match the factory angle of the stock, send a little prayer, and cut it off. I left the plastic spacer out and put the recoil pad back on. The...
I don't know if I can call it a "Rokslide Special" with a Leupold dialer on there, but here's mine next to my Kimber Hunter .308.
Tikka T3X Lite .223: barrel chopped to 18.5" (hacksaw), 3/8" chopped from the butt stock (miter saw).
I modified both of these guns to make them shorter and lighter...
I wear Lone Peaks a lot. On hikes where water is an issue, I really like Crispi Lapponias. They are not zero drop, but they are lightweight and waterproof. The toe box is wide and they are very comfortable for me. Keep in mind that, unlike your Lone Peaks, Lapponias and other leather boots might...
After training all last year with my .308, I bought a .223 trainer this fall for the following reasons:
1.I'm kind of a recoil wimp and find that I start flinching after about 15 rounds of .308.
2.My .308 shoots best when I let it cool between shots and I'm impatient.
3.The .223 has enough...