Re: What\'s the most likely reason for \"Flyer\'s\"
Well if it were me shooting the reasons would be, in declining order:
1) Choking after getting 3 in there.
2) Uneven cheek weld
3) Yanking the trigger
4) Uneven setup on front and rear bag if shooting off the bench.
5) Deciding that things are "solid enough" when they don't seem all that comfortable if shooting prone off the bipod.
6)Less than good bedding job and barrel heat starts sending things around a bit.
7) Using wrong load
8) Barrels too clean (doesn't happen often)
9) Cartridges out of round.
That's about all the 'excuses' I've personally found. They usually go in order of shooter, then rifle, finally cartridge, assuming that the bench is decent.
I may be the slowest guy on the mountain . . . . but . . . . I'm on the mountain!