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Yaw of Repose/.22 question

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Unread 05-21-2003, 12:51 AM
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Yaw of Repose/.22 question

Does anybody know if yaw of repose will affect rimfire at 300 yds?
bc .13
vel 1330
weight 36 gr.

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    Unread 05-21-2003, 12:43 PM
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    Re: Yaw of Repose/.22 question

    Perfect! Can you tell me is the modest deflection due to the low velocity or the short range?
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    Re: Yaw of Repose/.22 question

    Short range mostly, and small inertia.
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    Re: Yaw of Repose/.22 question

    Less than 5/8 of an inch at 300 yds.
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    Re: Yaw of Repose/.22 question

    Probably not relevant, but your hi-vel rim fire ammo will drift more in a cross wind than match ammo which is lower velocity. If you can stand the increased trajectory...

    Less yaw of repose too I'd guess, not that it would matter greatly.
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