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Consistancey in Group sizes?? 19 badger

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Unread 04-06-2013, 05:02 PM
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Consistancey in Group sizes?? 19 badger

I own a .19 Badger that is on the CZ 527 action.........................I load 17.8 gr of AA2200 The problem that I have is that last monday I shot four five shot groups. Four bullets went into a group that would have been .250 average however in all four groups there was one bullet that threw the group out to .6 each had one flyer way out of the group. With this load this is not the first time this has happened...........................I have no idea what would cause that . I have checked bullet run out and all are within .001
Frustrating as it is I have not had one single group that did not have the one flyer..........................it seems to always be the last or the second to last shot.........................??

Greg
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    Unread 04-06-2013, 05:35 PM
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    Re: Consistancey in Group sizes?? 19 badger

    Shoot slower, let the barrel cool down more between shots.
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    Unread 04-06-2013, 05:59 PM
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    Thanks I will try that .......................................
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    Re: Consistancey in Group sizes?? 19 badger

    That bullet going away from the others is probably caused by your shooting technique.

    If it's random in order, that is probable proof.

    A good barrel well fit will not cause fliers when it gets hot.
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