I shot my dad's last summer in SD. It was a laser beam. It's ballistics are incredible for the amount of recoil. 411 yards with 5mph wind was my best.I have a 219 Donaldson Wasp (in .224 caliber) that I have fireformed
50 rounds of brass for. It has a blueprinted 722 Remington Action,
Krieger Barrel, 40X modified trigger (2 ounces), McMillan Stock, and
this thing is a shooter. I was impressed by the fireforming loads. I
just need time to get out this spirng and get some serious shooting
with it. The 219 Donaldson Wasp was one of the very early bench-
rest rounds. I think most of the early cases were made from the 30-30.
I made my cases from 30 Americans. Really neat looking case. I guess
I like something different than is commonly available is probably why I
had this rifle built. Looking forward to putting it through the paces
enjoying this great old round.