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Old January 7, 2000, 10:31 PM   #6
SharpCdn
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Join Date: July 29, 1999
Location: Ottawa, Canada
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Interesting points guys, thanks alot for your input.

The next time I go to the range I'm going to examine this effect further. I think that understanding this more will lead to much less of those disappointing shots when I shoot great groups on paper, and then miss on larger steel targets immediately after. (Different color and shape).

I hate that, I always find that very discouraging. I'm sure I've discovered something that will improve my accuracy at the farther distances.

I'm going to take a bunch of different colored & shaped targets and take notes of where my bullets are landing compared to my perceived point of aim.

I guess I am a little retentive.I know I really need to get a life. But I'm actually really anxious to see the results.

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