Originally Posted by D.ID
I admit I am reluctant to even mention it........but............pulled shots happen but if you have two out of seven or even two out of fourteen pulled shots from the bench with a rear bag. You should probably check your rig. Fine tune the fit. LOP and cheek hight or slop in the bipod. Choate stocks are easily adjusted so don't settle for less than a perfect fit . Just reluctantly thinking out loud.............D
Well I do know for sure that I wasn't on target when I shot the higher one with the 45gr load because it was my first shot at that target.
Could it be the picnic table? It's definitly not as good as a concrete bench. I have to fight with the bipod some due to the fact that the boards are warped and the rifle is canted a little unless I adjust one leg slightly longer than the other.
Do you think having the action trued would help? Maybe have a smith check the skim bed job that I did over the bedding block?
These are all possibilites I'm sure.