Weird behavior I can't figure out

Discussion in '6BR, 6BR Improved & Wildcats' started by Judd, Jun 27, 2018.

  1. BartsBullets

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    Nope! The 100 yard targets are my shooting buddy Jim Chaney’s. The 200 yard targets are mine!

    Bart
     
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  3. Dusty Stevens

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    Rub it in why dontcha
     
  4. kountryboy2

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    I didn't know that you used a Leupold scope .:eek:
     
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    that may be a new world record ,,,4 in-1 out,,,,Roger
     
  6. Dusty Stevens

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    That is 2 in from one gun and 3 from a neighbors gun into that .198. But yes it looks like i didnt anneal my brass good enough or sort primers close enough doesnt it?
     
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    Judd, Don’t recall seeing that either. Like Tony Boyer’s wind wheel a bit better than the above example, and find Bart’s something of a paradigm shift if applied to all shooting ranges. If for a particular range with speed-dependent over-rolling turbulence, can understand it, otherwise lost. Coming from Bart, deserves deep thought
     
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    Thats good info Bart, wind direction AND velocity affect the flight of the bullet. A similar graphic on mirage and light help to understand the distortion of the viewed appearance of the target. if i 'consistently' shoot low and left I just shrug it off as my new zero for that range, that day, and turn the knobs.
     
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