Guy Miner

Sniper Team Leader, Chelan County S.W.A.T. Team, Wenatchee P.D., Washington State

We have tried the 110 and 155 grain 308 ammo at 100 yards. I’m a competitive shooter and have been the sniper team leader for over 10 years now. I teach at the State LE sniper school. I handload a lot of ammo, for both hunting and target shooting.

All that said, I am impressed with what I’ve seen so far. I took my SWAT rifle to the range for some comparison shooting at 100 yards. The rifle is a Remington 700, with a 24” stainless Krieger barrel in a 1:12 twist. The action has been trued by a master gunsmith. The action is steel bedded in a brand new McMillan M40A1-3 stock and topped off with a US Optics scope. It’s a shooter!

I was surprised and pleased to see how well the 110 grain ammo shot. I didn’t expect that good of accuracy from such a lightweight bullet. Also I was amazed that your 155 and 110 grain loads shot to virtually the same point of impact as the 168 grain loads we use.