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 Post subject: 91/38 on the range
PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:27 pm 
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Location: Italy
Age: 37
Had the opportunity to bring my old rifle (1940 Terni in 6, 5) to the range. Sadly I only had some Norma ammunitions and few reloads with original bullets. After some improvements my old bumstick was able in a very informal shooting, to group more than decently and better of the previous occasion in which I was not able to put none of the seven rounds on the target. The sights were indeed not regulated and I aimed unaware of the way to employ the V system on the Carcano.

This time I went quite untrustful and placed a white target at 100 metres. Though I tried to keep the same aiming point on the target, it was quite difficult to keep the height. By the way the result were quite satisfactory.

The grouping was wide vertically, but quite perfect horizontally. What was absolutely strange to me is that I slugged the bore end and it was almost .270 and the Norma bullets are barely .264...

Saturday I will shoot new reloads and will report the results.


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