View Full Version : Asked the wrong question

11-11-2008, 08:00 PM
I clearly didn't ask the right question or asked the wrong way.
In a previous post I asked if an Anschulz 1418 D would be a good
choice for a hunter class rifle, I didn't realize then that hunter class
could mean so many things. So here goes again.

By hunter class I meant an off the shelf rifle intended for hunting.
No bull or target barrels, 8 1/2 lbs max weight with scope, and not more
than 6.5 power scope.
Local clubs shoot mostly 50 yds in hunter class, sometimes 100 yds.
I intend to use it for local shoots, egg shoots, Necco wafers and such.

Any one know what I could expect from this model for my intended
purpose as far as accuracy is concerned, or compared to other brands
such as CZ or Remington which cost a lot less.

Thanks again, David

11-11-2008, 09:30 PM
Should be a very nice rig for the stated intent. I'd suspect if you play with better ammo you should keep to 1/2" @ 50yds. or a bit better with decent conditions.

11-12-2008, 05:42 AM
I think a better choice of words for most of us here on benchrest would be "factory class". Hunter class when used as a benchrest discipline is a centerfire. Thanks, Douglas

J. Valentine
11-12-2008, 01:56 PM
You can ask a question and get the wrong answer but you can't ask the wrong question and get the right answer .