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Old October 1, 2012, 08:49 PM   #4
McShooty
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Reading about the .30-30 in the 94 for forty years or so, I find the usual anecdotal comment is 2-3 MOA, and that is nearly always pronounced to be "good enough for hunting." Now and then some lucky one will say his does 1.5 MOA. My own Model 94 AE with a 24 in barrel puts 150-grain factory ammo in 3.5 MOA, but likes 170-grainers better, giving about 2.00 on average and 1.5" groups at 100 yards fairly frequently. By the way, the Hornady LE ammo with the 160-grain bullet has a lot of potential for accuracy and is worth trying in your lever action.
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