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Old January 23, 2013, 03:28 PM   #23
Bart B.
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Orlando, if those targets showing a wild shot that's the first round fired, the reason's not how the ammo's loaded. Your op rod's probably in a different place for the first shot compared to all the others. Those so called velocity differences caused by where the powder's positioned will not change point of impact more than 2/10th inch at 100 yards. Or 7/10ths inch at 300 yards.
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