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Old June 13, 2019, 09:26 PM   #26
jmr40
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When shooting round targets I find it easier to let the crosshairs just touch either the top or bottom of the arc. With big enough round targets, and a rifle accurate enough, I can also use the left and right sides getting 4 groups shooting at the same target. If shooting for group size it also helps to have the point of impact a small distance from your aiming point. If you start shooting holes in the target where you're aiming it is hard to be consistent. It is almost impossible to hold consistently in the center of a round bulls eye.

A square target works better and I use each of the corners as aiming points.
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