Originally Posted by Old_Crow
@Vincine I write this with all due respect to you. Online test data is a bunch of number crunching compiled by geeks who are scared to get into the sun. . . . etc.
I was just pointing out the conflict between the conventional wisdom of sub sonic being more accurate, proven with actual targets online; and my calculated results and personal targets that high velocity ammo is more accurate.
Of course you’re right about the wind. My range is on a small plain in a valley just off an old river. It almost always has a 3 – 5 mph breeze, with gusts much higher, alternating all around the compass every few seconds
. I’d expect any rural open clearing to be windy. Especially near sunset when I usually get to shoot.
My tightest 100y groups are 1.25” with sub 2” groups common, but only with the fast stuff. The slower target ammo goes all over the page.
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