Paramount Pro Accuracy Issue

VLD Pilot

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132 grains by weight? I've ran it as high as 120 weighed which is about 170 by volume and that's pretty stout without a brake.
Volume. I did too. My worse groups were at the highest charges. This load is money. I can still keep just over MOA at 100 with a much higher load. Just prefer the best accuracy
 

donkeyman

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Ive got the arrowhead muzzle loading 105 gr by weight 209 and am getting 2400 fps plus and 1 MOA accuracy. Pleased with this
 

crazycarl7

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Ive got the arrowhead muzzle loading 105 gr by weight 209 and am getting 2400 fps plus and 1 MOA accuracy. Pleased with this
I got a response from CVA that I was semi pleased with. They acknowledged that it’s definitely an issue, and are working on a complete different fix, but told me to buy the arrowhead muzzle brake. It’s supposed to show up today. I will go to range tomorrow to see what happens. Fingers crossed
 

VLD Pilot

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I'm using a higher power model from Sightron. 4-20x50. FFPs won't matter what the mag range is set at. If it's an MOA or a Mil reticle, the power setting won't change POA/POI. SFP needs to be set at the highest power for the reticle to be used accurately.
 
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