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Old February 3, 2013, 05:06 PM   #8
603Country
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Join Date: January 6, 2011
Location: Thornton, Texas
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Tank, I had a scope go bad on me. New scope and new rifle, so I thought the problem was the rifle or the loads I was testing. I'd get a few good groups and then some bad ones and as you said, the center of the group would sorta relocate. And one day's good group with a powder and bullet would not be good the next day. I really really burned up some powder and bullets before I read an article about a guy and a bad scope. I tried a used and trusted scope and it became obvious that the new scope was a bad one. The rifle shoots great now, and loves the 65 gr Sierra GK over AA2230 powder (near max load) and CCI BR4 primers and just about anybody's brass cases.
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