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bisley wrote: »
I don't work very hard at groups, once they get below MOA, and I don't obsess on bench rest equipment. My bench shooting is more like 'rested field shooting.' My first AR-15, however, easily shoots 68 grain Hornady Match bullets with 6-7 out of every 10 inside of 0.5 inch, at a hundred yards. This is using a Harris BiPod and Caldwell rear bag. The rifle is a RRA flattop lower with NM trigger and a straight stock like a M16, with a DPMS upper and 20" stainless steel heavy barrel, 1:8 twist, and solid free-float tube, topped by a Nikon Buckmark 6-18x40 side focus with Burris PEPR mount. I have shot three shot groups with it at 300 yards that were slightly over 2".
I have a Remington Model 600 in .243 that shoots under MOA with Remington Core-Lokt factory loads. I suspect that when I finally find the right hand load for it, it will be 0.5 MOA, or less, but that's only speculation.
jaywapti wrote: »
Every gun I own shoots better than me, all the time.
I had a shooting buddy that always out shot me, if I shot a 3/4" group, he would shoot 1/2 or 3/8 with my rifle, and loads.
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