Originally Posted by rbwell
I have a Belgium-made Browning .22 auto, and the first shot shoots 4-6 inches low and to the right. The remainder of the shots are bulls-eye. This has happened multiple times. Is there any chance this could be caused by movement of the scope rings?
While the oiled bore makes sense, funny thing is that nobody knows for sure. I have not noticed such a problem with my 22s at all. I see it occasionally with the Glocks, first shot from a full magazine. The tough mag spring and the unsupported chamber seating may have something g to do here, but the truth is, I don't know.