Re: Group Pattern
Nice groups. Looks like you have a shooter on your hands. However, it can be annoying when you want all the bullets to cut the same hole.
Things to consider: Match primers and brass, barrel heat, scope parallax and magnification, stock design and recoil management, type of bullet, type of rests and bench, mechanical accuracy of load/rifle, and of course, wind and light.
If this was shot from a production hunting type rifle, you have nothing to worry about. Use the 7828 load, maybe consider match primers and brass, check your runout and bullet quality. Enjoy.
If you are planning to shoot this at long range, then do so with your two best loads. Any dispersions, stringing or other problems will make themselves abundantly clear the further you go. For a hunting rifle, MOA to your furthest range is all you can expect from a production rifle/barrel. Anything better is fantastic!!!