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Failed the first stress test.

August 1 2011 at 9:23 PM
robert  (Login gubb33ps)
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Response to Getting the Disco stable

2nd day:
Failed the Jeep-stress-test.

After riding around in my Jeep to and from work (a 17.8 mile trip) on the floor boards (in a soft case) the point of impact shifted quite a bit.

So went back to the old barrel band setting of near the muzzle (the rear band still just ahead of the breech).
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Almost as accurate (statically the same for the small tests) but has proved to be more stable at this point. Have done the Jeep Test for a couple of weeks at this setting and found the POA/POI to have stayed stable, so that's where this Disco is going to live.

Teat targets at the new (old) setting: 5 shots/2oyards/ 13.5gr. AA pellets:
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Rifle will get another trip to and from work, then tested...and if it passes that test, will get trips and tests every day for the rest of the week.

What I want is decent accuracy and a stable point of impact...may be ways to eek out more accuracy, but if the pellets aren't consistently to the point of aim, it's not a useful gain for hunting.




    
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