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ghostman1960
01-23-2011, 08:13
Some of you may remember my post about my new BCM 14.5" middy shooting three foot groups at 50 yards. I sent the upper back to BCM and they rebarreled it and had it back to me in eight days. Well I was finally able to shoot it on Friday and I had great results. I started off shooting Three shot groups at 100 yards and was going to work my way up to ten shot groups but it started pouring out so I left early. Here are pics of some of the targets. I have to work on reducing the flyers.

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The rifle.
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CSnakes
01-23-2011, 08:16
Very nice shooting! I'm glad they made it right for you.

farmer2
01-23-2011, 12:07
very nice shooting. my midlength shoots about the same size groups. I have heard over and over that chrome lined barrels are not as accurate, but I have yet to have that experience.

congrats

farmer

Mr. Gekko
01-23-2011, 12:09
Awesome :thumbsup:

K. Foster
01-25-2011, 15:00
Great! Glad you got that worked out.
Your red dot probably eclipsed the target dot at 100y, what did you use as an aiming point? I know you said you got rained out. Shoot some 5 shot groups and get back with us. Good shooting!

RMTactical
01-25-2011, 15:53
Well done. :)

ghostman1960
01-25-2011, 15:57
Great! Glad you got that worked out.
Your red dot probably eclipsed the target dot at 100y, what did you use as an aiming point? I know you said you got rained out. Shoot some 5 shot groups and get back with us. Good shooting!

My aiming point were right on the bottom of the dots. I was using a 3moa RDS.