Went out to the range yesterday with my 10.5" SBR to shoot a 3x10 ladder (it really isn't a ladder, by definition but I don't know what else to call it) using Nosler 70 gr RDF bullets - WOW!
I've been wanting to find a bullet that my 10.5" SBR would really like - MAYBE I have. Accuracy was not only better, it was far more consistent across the charges. Funny thing is though the SDs weren't as good as they have been.
Anyway, here's a short video featuring the Seekins Precision 10.5" heavy barrel SBR and the ATN x sight 4k Pro 5-20 scope in action.
Just a word or two about this very unique scope. It is a camera system configured as a scope. The front of the "scope" contains a 4k image sensor. The rear of the scope contains an LCD display. There is not optical path through the scope! Zoom is pure digital so image quality does suffer a bit. You can record video through the built in recorder or take pics. You can bluetooth link a rangefinder to the scope and when you range, the rangefinder sends the distance to the scope. The integral Applied Ballistics calculator determines the drop for the specific load and adjusts the reticle accordingly. You simple range, put the reticle on the target and shoot. There are many other features I won't go into here.
All the target video is coming from the scope. ALL audio is coming from the scope's video recorder.
Got a host of great groups - gonna do it again tomorrow for confirmation.
Notice at the end where the MOAs are posted with each target, how many groups are sub-MOA and how many are near 1/2 MOA. I'm liking this bullet!