I would say that is smaller than average group size. I would say average is like 1" to 1.5" at 50 yards for a standard 10/22 carbine.
Your reported groups are better than average, and quite good, for an unmodified 10/22, in my experience.
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I dont honestly know if I have a "most prized" possession.....If I do its one of the gifts that ive gotten from friends or family....
So, instead of blaming the bullet mfg'ers, why didn't you guys stock up when they were available?
That's what I did, I just don't...
If you think a RC is a big, hefty press, you should check out the RCBS "Big Max", I have one of those too.
I've never needed more than a "few decent bullets" for any rifle I own, so I don't see the problem.
Most of my firearms have never...
In actual use of both on big game, I've not seen ANY advantage of the .358" bullet over a .338" bullet, at least not on big game.
They have, there's plenty of bullets now that will expand well at loader velocities of the Federal.
And if the necks aren't so thin to be unsafe, there's an easy fix for the problem.
Pull the center plug out of the sizer die out,...
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