RIFLE magazine article by Terry Wieland

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RicinYakima posted this 4 days ago

Latest issue discusses the number of shots to determine accuracy. The CBA seems to always be ahead of the popular press with issues of importance.

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beltfed posted this 4 days ago

Did not read the Rifle.

Did he come up with 7 shots?

beltfed/arnie

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RicinYakima posted this 4 days ago

Nope, 130 shots; one hundred thirty!

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argie1891 posted this 4 days ago

wow 130 shots wonder how he came up with that number?? why not just go for 150 or more. I need to borrow the article from ric. or buy the magazine. 

if you need me I will be at the range

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RicinYakima posted this 3 days ago

Nope, that appeared to be Harry Pope's number.

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joeb33050 posted this 3 days ago

Would someone email me a copy of the article?

Thanks;

joe b.

joeb33050@yahoo.com

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Johnshandloads posted this 3 days ago

That is a good article. I love taking "too many" shots at the same target. You learn what is really going on with you and the rifle and the ammunition. I am usually too 'frugal' to lay targets on top of one another stacked. I have used a couple paper plates to do that though. Showed me where the bullet was impacting from different loads aimed in the same spot. Thanks for posting. I got the email about the issue of Rifle and never opened it until your post.

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BigMan54 posted this 3 days ago

I sorta did that once. 20rds from a solid bench with my M77 in .250-3000.

Ended with a 1 5/8" group at 100yds. Hard to believe I managed to NOT throw a single flier. Then some a who cross fired on my target and put a 44 slug into the 9 ring.    

Long time Caster/Reloader, Getting back into it after almost 10yrs. Life Member NRA 40+yrs, Life S.A.S.S. #375. Does this mean a description of me as a fumble-fingered knuckle-draggin' baboon. I also drool in my sleep. I firmly believe that true happiness is a warm gun.

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