My heavy barrel .223 does much the same as Tim's. First two or three are tight, and then the group spreads, even with the 0-ring on the forearm stud. Tried to use it for bench rest shooting but was very frustrating.quickdtoo said:Welcome! To get you started, read the Handi Basics 101 sticky above, then move on to the accurizing section of the FAQs sticky if those tips don't help. My 25-06 shoots the first two shots of three different factory rounds into ½", then the third opens the group to 1"-1½" with just an O-ring added to the forend stud.
Iceman77 said:I have a 25-06 nef that I hand load for. I can't seem to get better than a 3" group at 100 yards. All of my other rifles I load for are 1/2" or better. Is there something I don't know about these rifles that won't let them shoot well?
Well thats always a variable aint it!Iceman77 said:I like the enab I mean help part. Haha
Yes sir I've tried a few different combinations of bullets and powders. My triggers are set at 2 lbs on my 308 and 22-250. Maybe the proble is me not the rifle.
? ???Iceman77 said:4" at 100 yards isn't acceptable for me. . . .
Ranger99 said:i can get 4 in an inch from pretty much any of
mine with proven loads. . . .