Zeroed in my A Bolt. The very first shot was high and to the left. The next 5 made a 1.3" group.
Things just came together at random - the rifle (carbine actually), the scope (mid-power), the ammo (economy pack), the weather (warm in the 20's, low wind), and probably the shooter (happy to get out).
Rapid fire spread no worse than slow fire. Nice control
thanks! Its not easy with a .45 that thing has a lot more kick than im used to but thanks to the weight its well balanced once i tighten up a bit it becomes easier to control. kinda new to shooting a .45 so i think i did rather well for only my 3rd time shooting a .45