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Old September 28, 2010, 06:42 PM   #7
Fingers McGee
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When adjusting sights, rear sight goes same way you want the ball/bullet to go. Front sight goes opposite direction. Ergo, to raise the point of impact, rear sight needs to be raised, and/or front sight needs to be lowered.

Try 60 grains of ffg, .530 rb and .010 prelubed patch & see what happens.
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