American Rimfire LRT

Includes .44 & 10/22 Carbines; Mini-14, 30 & 6.8; Model 96 & 99/44 Deerfields; M77s; PC 4s & 9s; AC-556; MP9; XGI.
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Re: American Rimfire LRT

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I zeroed in my rifle at 55 yards last week.
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I'm satisfied for the first test with this rifle in bad conditions.

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Re: American Rimfire LRT

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I would be satisfied with those groups also. Nice shooting on your part.
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Re: American Rimfire LRT

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Thank you Ronin.

As already mentioned, the conditions that day were not ideal because of the rain and the cold.

To make matters worse, my wife was also there and constantly complained about the bad weather. :?

Nevertheless, I also shot at 100m or 109 yards and the shot patches serve as a size comparison.
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However, I am of the opinion that even tighter groups can be achieved with better weather and selected ammunition.

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Re: American Rimfire LRT

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New attempt new luck so I went shopping today and got myself a few more types of small bore ammunition.
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Among these packs are also the most expensive and supposedly best types of small caliber ammunition available in Europe, the RWS 100 and the Lapua X-Act.

These premium products from RWS and Lapua cost between 23-30 US dollars per 50 pieces depending on the retailer.

I will then report to you on the results.

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