Discussion in 'Competition Forum (All Calibers)' started by pat fulghum, Aug 9, 2018.
I couldn’t help myself...
looks like a 9 to me.
Caught the outer edge of the Target board for a "5".
This is a perfect example of key-holing having a negative effect on accuracy. More twist is the solution, or perhaps more velocity.
I think it needed more velocity.
Benefit of the doubt goes to the shooter.
Missed wind call.
That was just the first shot,a barrel warmer,try again.
The hole just nicked the 9 ring, so I'd call it a schitty 9.
Touching the ring. It counts.
was not a Creedmoor,,
Is this from a electronic target?
Too bad they wasn’t driving a bulldozer... they sure stirred up things a couple years ago.
It needs 3moa to right and 1 1/2 up.
I think this covers it well.
Tipped vs un-tipped
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