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Old 09-24-2009, 01:56 PM
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Re: Is this a tooling mark?

Well after this mornings range trip it seems to not be throwing as many fliers now that the crown has been re-done.

It even shot the 60gr Nosler Partitions under an inch. Took a couple rounds to settle it down, the cluster is the last 3 shots.



The 50gr Nosler BT need a bit of work yet but show promise.



I think we are getting in the ballpark now.
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