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    Doesn't have a Match chamber, like the MTR so no chambering issues. Seems well made and should be for the price, added a trigger spring from Yodave, sorted the trigger out nicely. Cleaning with a 22 rod felt like the rod was binding, because it wasn't shooting as well as expected took the barrel off gave it a light JBs. Barrel removal system is good, looking at purchasing a hmr barrel into the future. Action with its shortened throw is a joy to use, recently removed tiny amounts of wood from the stock as the action wasn't sitting down on the pillar beds quite right, bedded the back recoil lug as it was floating around. Haven't tested the later stuff as yet and some decent ammo would help. Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by flock View Post
    Doesn't have a Match chamber, like the MTR so no chambering issues. Seems well made and should be for the price, added a trigger spring from Yodave, sorted the trigger out nicely. Cleaning with a 22 rod felt like the rod was binding, because it wasn't shooting as well as expected took the barrel off gave it a light JBs. Barrel removal system is good, looking at purchasing a hmr barrel into the future. Action with its shortened throw is a joy to use, recently removed tiny amounts of wood from the stock as the action wasn't sitting down on the pillar beds quite right, bedded the back recoil lug as it was floating around. Haven't tested the later stuff as yet and some decent ammo would help. Cheers
    @flock you have certainly got it shooting well especially with high vol hunting ammo with a bit of work factory rifles are mass produced so sometimes they do need a tickle up here and there surprised to hear you needed to give the barrel a slight lapping cz barrels are normally very good

    i have the yo dave in my 455 aswell certainly makes for a fantastic trigger

    you are on the right track with eley for sure maybe try the match (black box) or club (brown box)

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    1st @flock 0.498
    2nd @Tentman 0.564
    3rd @janleroux 0.916
    semi
    1st tentman 0.703

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    @janleroux target
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    score update
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    1st @Rush 0.462
    2nd @flock 0.498
    3rd @Tentman 0.564
    semi auto
    1st @Tentman 0.703


    @Rush nice target handed in last night with his tikka t1x
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    Not applicable but a cherry picked group, using some old CCi standard, rest of the groups were degusting. Bit that got me is I adjusted scope forwards and forgot to tighten the back rings at the base. LOL
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    @flock imagine 5 more of them i run that one group over my software very quick and rough not carefully like i do with the entry's but it was 0.261
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    Thanks ---- Go for it Guys -- the quarter inch is extremely do able. Question are you allowed to submit more than one target?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flock View Post
    Thanks ---- Go for it Guys -- the quarter inch is extremely do able. Question are you allowed to submit more than one target?
    Ofcorse you are @flock @Tentman has already done about 6 spread across bolt action and semi automatic class
    But only one target will count ie if you have a .5 target already and you hand in a .3 I will be deleting the.5 off the spreadsheet
    Meaning that one person can’t get 1st 2nd and 3rd
    Spread the love in other words
    So yeah hell you can enter 50 targets if you want but only the best one will count you could turn it into a personal comp where the goal is to beat the last target you submitted

    You can enter all 3 categories so if you’re good you might get in the top 3 for all of them
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    score update
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    1st @Rush 0.462
    2nd @flock 0.498
    3rd @Tentman 0.564
    semi auto
    1st @Rush 0.616
    2nd @Tentman 0.703 @Rush shot a respectable target with his Kidd today well done
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    Gonna shoot the challenge myself tomorrow finally will level 4 and then a week of bad weather for the 1st week of level 3
    Now the question is what do i shoot class wise
    Was thinking of taking all 3 but that would be 75 rounds of full Concentration
    Plus zeroing as I put new scopes on all the rifles over lockdown might be a bit much
    Definitely want to shoot classic
    But what else mmmm

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    2nd @flock 0.498
    3rd @Tentman 0.564
    semi auto
    1st @rambo-6mmrem 0.588
    2nd @Rush 0.616
    3rd @Tentman 0.703

    classic
    1st @rambo-6mmrem 0.431


    my target for classic
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    my target for semi
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    and i found out my cz 455 hates eley match
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    Can't get many target pics off photobucket now but just for fun here are some groups from my working bunny rifles. Targets just 1/2" circles drawn on pieces of A4 at the time. Some wee hunters surprisingly accurate - up with setups worth thousands now. First target is a Marlin 60DLX Anniversary model semiautomatic - average for 4 groups a fraction under 0.4":

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    The second set of groups is also from a Marlin - a model 60DL semiautomatic. Deadly accurate wee shooter - well capable of quarters at 50m. This set with hunting Aussie HV Powerpoint:


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    Absolute treat to use precision shooters like this wee 60DL in the field. It shot huge numbers of bunnies and cost me $225. Never got round to running match ammos through it:


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    Quote Originally Posted by rambo-6mmrem View Post
    score update
    bolt action
    1st @Rush 0.462
    2nd @flock 0.498
    3rd @Tentman 0.564
    semi auto
    1st @rambo-6mmrem 0.588
    2nd @Rush 0.616
    3rd @Tentman 0.703

    classic
    1st @rambo-6mmrem 0.431


    my target for classic
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    my target for semi
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    and i found out my cz 455 hates eley match
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    Nice Shooting, that batch of Eley Match is no slug! (pun intended)

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    Found some old photos. Cherry picked of course Bruno 2 and like an idiot I sold it.....
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