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battle rattle

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it's got the makings of a 1 hole wonder [biggrin]
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Turbocavy

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I would really like to put a higher power scope on it to really see what it would do on targets but it's really just a groundhog gun so my 3x9 nikon is plenty good.
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MK111

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Normal stringing of a groups up and down  is caused by not placing the fore end of the rifle in  the very same place on the rest for each shot. When I shoot 2 piece stock rifles I can shoot on demand 2 target groups by placing the rifle fore end at different places on the front rest. My Win low wall was terrible for this,
My custom Ruger #1 converted to 22LR isn't too noticeable but I still rest the rifle just in front of the action for best results.
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Turbocavy

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This rifle has a free float handguard and it was in my lead sled. The table the sled was on wasn't optimal and like i said i didn't have too much time.

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Turbocavy

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Just got a nikon 4x12x40 bdc scope to try over the 3x9 bdc. Not really a fan of nikon circle bdc but this thing shoots flat enough I've never had to hold over even out past 150 yards. I may use the bdc to shoot things close up with my 33gr hp light loads.
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