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Guys,

Fired these groups at 1000 yards at Bisley - can anyone make clear the target / group size? 

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I believe the dotted squares are 1 moa (about 10.5") so at a guess the top group would be about 15" across and the lower one about18"

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My understanding too, the squares represent one moa.

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If the vbull on a f class target is half a minute the the squares looks half a minute too

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So squares either 1 or .5 MOA?

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That's not an F Class target face, it's an NRA TR 1000 yard face - and the squares are 1 moa.

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Thanks for the replies!

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12 hours ago, 1066 said:

I believe the dotted squares are 1 moa (about 10.5") so at a guess the top group would be about 15" across and the lower one about18"

Yes, NRA TR target..On the other hand, your vertical is good at around .6moa so on a still day they would be quite tidy groups (depending on what equipment you're using.)

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Just now, 1066 said:

Yes, NRA TR target..On the other hand, your vertical is good at around .6moa so on a still day they would be quite tidy groups (depending on what equipment you're using.)

It was an out of the box 6.5 Creedmoor Bergara HMR shooting factory 140 ELD-M - off a Harris Bipod.

Didn’t try to adjust for wind just held centre and cracked on.

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Whatever the square sizes, those are excellent vertical displacements

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On 5/3/2019 at 3:20 PM, Brillo said:

Whatever the square sizes, those are excellent vertical displacements

+1

Good shooting

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On 4/30/2019 at 9:59 PM, Ejcb said:

Guys,

Fired these groups at 1000 yards at Bisley - can anyone make clear the target / group size? 

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TR Long Range Target:  V = 14.4" diam.  Bull = 24" diam.

Nice shooting by the way.  Just under 1/2moa vertical and 2moa horizontal.

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34 minutes ago, Popsbengo said:

TR Long Range Target:  V = 14.4" diam.  Bull = 24" diam.

Nice shooting by the way.  Just under 1/2moa vertical and 2moa horizontal.

Will be interesting to knock up some loads for the rifle, ELD-M isn’t cheap ammo, but the rifle / ammo / bipod combination outperformed my expectations.

it was a good health check for my shooting, next time will try and adjust and hold for wind - although that will almost certainly mess things up spectacularly!

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I'm developing a load for 308 178gn ELD-M.  I plan to go to Bisley and see what 1000yds group looks like!

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