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Desert Tech SRS Covert at 600 yards with MrGunsandgear

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MrGunsandGear joins us for some long range shooting with the Desert Tech SRS Covert in 308 Winchester. This bullpup style bolt action features a 16″ barrel and a very short voer length even while shorting a Dead Air Sandman-Ti suppressor. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Desert Tech SRS Covert at 600 yards with MrGunsandgear

  1. I like you guys but if your going to do this kind of thing put yourself in a situation where your capable of calling shots at least remotely accurately. You poor fellows were calling hits that were sand splashes and on several occasions you actually did hit and called them misses. At one point Eric was after the 8” popper and hit the popper on the top left edge and some of the bullet splash went up over the corner of the gong and mike said you missed and even questioned which one you were aiming at. Following this iteration you all began to question the tightness of the suppressor end cap and appeared to have started making totally unnecessary holds. The rifle could shoot pretty well and your point of aim was probably sufficient to have showcased the 16” 308’s accuracy if not having been for the really insufficient spotting. I don’t think either one of you is a bad spotter I just think you need to reconsider and or reconfigure some of your equipment so that your ability to accurately call shots is rock solid.

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