Tuesday, September 19, 2006

A new personal best!

one three round group of 16mm @ 100 yards- the others were also all under one MOA.

Not bad for a 1975 rifle and I'm sure I can beat that with a little practice!

The 6mm Remington is a real shooter!

7 comments:

Murray said...

Now tell the truth, it helped that the target was red.

Anonymous said...

I cant see the picture on my screen The message says it has been removed. Dont tell me you have a photo of Klark as the target you naughty man. Dont you know that us Right Wingers are now target for Ms Klark
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Oswald Bastable said...

1-The target usually turns red...

2- If I were to post a picture with a couple of holes in it, the state apparatus would soon be knocking my door down...

adolf said...

Did you say 16mm? They look more like BB slugs than automatic cannon fire reminiscent of a ME 109.

Mark said...

Okay, 16 MM or 6MM?? I mean, 16 mm is like a big damned slug, isn't it?

Oswald Bastable said...

The whole group measures 16mm

At 6mm, the individual holes are about BB size.

100 grain BB's moving at about 3000 fps...

Oswald Bastable said...

I should also explain the rules.

The widest point is measured and the diameter of one projectile is subtracted.

(That is easier to work out than center to center of the two widest shots)