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Group Therapy - The Problem: How Accurate Is Your Rifle? By Denton Bramwell

 
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Old 01-23-2012, 07:48 PM
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Re: Group Therapy - The Problem: How Accurate Is Your Rifle? By Denton Bramwell

Unless you can give me a scientific explanation I would have to see the data that proves there is any difference between the two. I stand by what I posted in this thread a little earlier. Pillars do one thing and one thing only...........
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Re: Group Therapy - The Problem: How Accurate Is Your Rifle? By Denton Bramwell

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Unless you can give me a scientific explanation I would have to see the data that proves there is any difference between the two. I stand by what I posted in this thread a little earlier. Pillars do one thing and one thing only...........

Kelly,

Appreciate your prompt response. Stock in McMillan is raising rapidly.

Poor communications on my part. The bottom line that I am familiar with what a pillar is but have no idea of what G5 stands for.
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Frankly, me either!
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Frankly, me either!

Well!! If that at a helluva deal!
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Re: Group Therapy - The Problem: How Accurate Is Your Rifle? By Denton Bramwell

Wow, this article is exactly what i was looking for. I've always been trying to display my hit probability in terms of 19 times out of twenty but never read about someone doing the math!



I am one of your readers who is very interested in seeing your spreadsheets. As an engineer I am naturally attracted to equations and spreadsheets, sending you an email at denton@pmg.cc.



Thank-you again! Definately going to share this to whoever has quesitons about how to better describe group sizing.


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im getting 1/4 to 1/2 at 3-400 yrs and 3- 3 1/2 at 1,000 yrds in most of the guns i build
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Re: Group Therapy - The Problem: How Accurate Is Your Rifle? By Denton Bramwell

Denton has confused the meaning of the word "accurate" with the meaning of the word "precise".
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