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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by sako_75, Apr 22, 2007.

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  1. sako_75

    sako_75 Member

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    We finaly had some god shooting weather here in Michigan this weekend so I took advantage of it and went to the range with a few of my rifles. I shot some nice groups but one that I’ really proud of. I showed a few people but no one seems to really apreaciate it, so I thought I would post it here. I know you guys will apreaciate it.
     

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  2. kcmarine

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    Yes amash, a very nice.
     
  3. theCZ

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    Very impressive group!
     
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    that is nice
     
  6. rangerruck

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    dude, that is so Kule!!!! very nice, me likey.
     
  7. 10-Ring

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    Looks pretty good to me! ;)
     
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    Very good group.:D
    Mine look like that until I pull the trigger the second time!:evil:
     
  9. Mike U.

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    +1! LMAO also! :D :D :D

    Outstanding trigger work there, sako_75!
     
  10. ProficientRifleman

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    That is excellent shooting. Your rifle is a real Hammer!

    Congrats!
     
  11. Picknlittle

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    Nice shooting! That's what my mental picture looks like as I'm peering thru the scope. Problem is my mental pictures never develop!:banghead:
     
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    Very nice!

    Much better than I could do.
     
  13. YodaVader

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    Fantastic group! I really like the .223 too , my two are a 700 LTR and Savage 12BVSS. Was out shooting the Savage yesterday , with a new load shot a couple groups in the .4" range , the groups look gigantic compared to your group! Yeah there was another thread concerning MOA rifles , according to the mindset there your group is not possible!
     
  14. sako_75

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    This is not my adverage group. I can almost always hold a .3" to .4" group with it though. The group that I posted is what this rifle is capable of if everthing goes right (e.g. no wind, moon , stars, etc, oh and of corse the part between the bench seat and the trigger).
     
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    Looks like you'd better torque down the bedding screw. Maybe that will improve your group. Yea my mini 14 can do that all day long, but only at 5 yards or so and that's if I let the bbl. cool between shots.
     
  16. YodaVader

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    Yeah, I knew you were posting one of those rare, "When the Planets Align" groups! Stilll there are some that could never shoot a group like that even with a dedicated benchrest rifle. Regardless , shooting in the .3s and .4s is excellent for a factory rifle.

    Sako is a great riflemaker - had one of their rimfire Finnfire Varmint rifles in 22lr. I never believed a 22lr could so accurate at 100yards - in a incredible display of stupidity I traded it , wish I had that one back!
     
  17. cheaptrick

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    GREAT shooting.

    You have a great rifle no doubt, but like a wise man once said...
    "It's the singer, not the song".....:)
     
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