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Savage action accurate ?

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Unread 05-14-2011, 04:43 PM
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Re: Savage action accurate ?

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Now a .36" group won't win many benchrest shoots these days; as you already know. A very low twos might on a bad day. But the one thing those guys do well is the art of being very consistent. I lack that even on a good day
A .36 MOA group at 600 yards will win quite a bit in benchrest.
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    Re: Savage action accurate ?

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    A .36 MOA group at 600 yards will win quite a bit in benchrest.
    That would be about 2.26" on a perfect day with no wind currents. Probably be much closer to 2.62" when it's all said and done. Whatkind of group sizes they are doing right now I don't know.
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