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Old September 30, 2012, 03:32 PM   #4
big al hunter
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Try a few different ammo makers and bullets. Every rifle has its own favorite load. Rifles that were built in the same place, same tooling and same hands will shoot the same ammo differently. The only way to know for sure is to try different ammo until you are happy with group size. What you get at 100 yards should be about half what you get at 200. Make sure the gun is as stable as possible. Bag the forend and the butt stock to remove your own wiggling. Practice. Have fun.
P.S. you can expect close to moa with at least 1 kind of ammo, just have to find out which one it is.
You can't fix stupid....however ignorance can be cured through education!

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