Okay, I've been known to stretch the truth a little.... usually concerning the size of the fish I've caught, or the size of the buck I shot last year (they grow faster after they're dead, you know).Aix Sponsa said:I average a ¼ in group at 200 with it
I saved a target I shot a few years ago with my .30-'06 -- a 5-shot cloverleaf at 100 yards, and I'm thinking of having it framed. I've never done it since, and very likely never will; but I can shoot 3/4" to 1" groups at 100 all day long.
1/4" at 200 yards would be a one-hole group at 100 and would put you at the top of the heap in benchrest competition. Those guys don't shoot the 6.5 Swede though, 'cause it ain't accurate enough.
It's very possible to shoot that or even a smaller group once in a lifetime, but to AVERAGE 1/4" at 200?