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Old September 1, 2000, 10:06 AM   #11
Art Eatman
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HukeOKC: For deer-hunting, anything that lets you get 3-shot groups close to one inch, center to center, is adequately accurate at the usual hunting ranges--in my mind, under 300 yards.

Better accuracy is nice, but in no way is it a real necessity.

Don't worry about the bench rest, once you're sighted in. Spend some money on shooting offhand, seated, kneeling, etc. Out in deer country, there ain't no bench rests. If you can regularly hit a beer can at 100 yards, or a gallon can at 300, you don't have a thing to worry about.

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