Food for thought, for those with MOD

QuietTexan

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Haha well, he's not wrong. Perfect handloads are a relatively small part of the equation. Better wind and range ability count for a lot more. So go shoot, a lot, at things up close and far away, in good weather and bad, from a bench, the ground, and in the fetal position behind a log.

And shoot a 20-shot string every once in a while - because it'll force you to make 20 of the same load and stop messing with whatever you're "testing" currently. 🤣

https://precisionrifleblog.com/2015/06/09/how-much-does-it-matter-overall-summary/ 👍
 

jasonco

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Shooting strings, is where it's at. Sunday Gunday at the 1000yd line for me!

I used to be "that guy" too. Loaded a tray of 50 this evening, checked & seated the first five, seated the rest no measure.
 
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