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How do you correctly measure groups ?

 
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Old 01-03-2008, 03:56 AM
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GG,

I guess I just wanted to know just approx where I was at ? I also shot a couple of 2 shot groups that were both inside an inch side by side at 415 M. I'll take that for a hunting rifle.

Just starting to get a feel for the gun as it is early days, but the signs are encouraging.

Thanks

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