Originally Posted by bajaaa
Sure, but I'm curious if folks here have run across this issue on occasion more often than not...Would they try another weight first or powder?...As every rifle is a different beast at times...LOL
People do a lot of things out of frustration... .
Notice the caveats... .
IF the rifle is set up right and IF it's shooting good groups at 100.
Technique then is the more likely culprit if suddenly the groups get wild further out IF you are using the kinds of bullets we talked about.
I've seen guys pull all their hair out and try everything you can imagine in frustration with the root cause either being the rifle, the mounts, the scope or more often than not the limitations of the guy behind the gun being the culprit.
Any error you make behind the gun is going to expand exponentially as you move further down range and more often than not if the problem is the shooter that's the last thing the shooter will accept.