Centerfires, rimfires, pistol cartridges and everything in between.
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It took about 300 rounds for the CZ 457 to settle down. This 5-shot group is with SK Rifle Match. FYI, Eley Tenex shot 2.5 MOA higher and to the right but not any better. Both shot best when loaded singly. Chambering the rounds from the magazine caused flyers with both ammo brands for some reason. Just used one bag under the forearm. Buttstock to shoulder and watched the reticle move with my pulse.
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Bullets are usually deformed/altered in some way when being fed from the magazine causing an inconsistency between bullet shape from shot to shot. Every gun will group better being single fed.
That group should be plenty good for silhouette.
I am NOT Danny Hatch.
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