Instead of starting a new thread with the same topic, I figger it's time to update an older thread again
After several weeks of getting pulled away from my favorite Friday, 6:00 pm, range time, I somehow managed to get a couple hours to call my own after work shut-down time. It was range time. I have been able to "covertly" slip out to the range for a hurried quickie at least once a week, but finally got to plan this quick trip. After 5 years of having put a couple of thousand rounds of various loadings of at least a dozen different bullet styles/weights/profiles through the 20" R92 .44 mag, I've pretty well set my pet loads on one cast bullet and one jacketed bullet. So, today I decided to just concentrate on just two targets of five rounds each of the two pet varieties. They obviously shoot to a different POI, so the scope (Weaver Scout Scope) crosshairs are fixed POA on the target crosshairs - just looking at the individual groups.
These are the only two bullets and powder loads I've used that are this consistent. The last two years of dealing with some crazy health issues have really set me back in my shooting abilities, and it's been impossible to judge most of the 2016 and 2017 targets from various calibers to rate my various caliber re-loads. Added to that, I still consider myself a rookie re-loader only having started in January of 2011.
But, it's been a heck of a ride
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