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Quick question. Can anyone tell me the name of this piece of equipment??


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A hand.
 
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I'd just give Brownells a call, you can read their number on the bottom of the ruler thingy.
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Interesting little group size gauge. Now here's something to think about:

Stop shooting groups. Instead, set up a target with 1" dots at various places. Then randomly aim at each and see how you do. For any of you scope users with a graduated reticle (and no, that's not one that got all the way through school) and matching turrets, you can make it more interesting by picking one dot as your point of aim, then measure the horizontal and vertical distances to another dot, and dial in the correction. (This is easier with an FFP scope but works for an SFP scope on its ranging magnification).
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bullet hole messuarement ruler ?

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Originally posted by jonoMT jonoMT wrote:

Interesting little group size gauge. Now here's something to think about:

Stop shooting groups. Instead, set up a target with 1" dots at various places. Then randomly aim at each and see how you do. For any of you scope users with a graduated reticle (and no, that's not one that got all the way through school) and matching turrets, you can make it more interesting by picking one dot as your point of aim, then measure the horizontal and vertical distances to another dot, and dial in the correction. (This is easier with an FFP scope but works for an SFP scope on its ranging magnification).


This is what I do most days at the range, otherwise you can get bored rather quick!

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It looks like a blank page on my screen. I can't play the game. WAA
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bullet group calculator ...maybe
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a protractor of some sort?
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It's a overlay. Creedmoor sports, chapions shooters supply has them as well as brownells.
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Welcome to the OT M-R.
 
 +1 on the overlay,Jono & M-R
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