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    Nice looking rifle and great grouping, MJ1
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    Nice looking rifle and great grouping, MJ1

    Those were the PRIVI 140g BTHP's as I recall and they didn't hold a candle to the SMK's but were half the cost. Lesson learned? Buy the good stuff. The rifle is still zeroed for 350M so this is my - 5" hold. My M96 is about the same but without all the fuss. At 900M it's close to 15' + and what ever the wind is blowing for windage. Some times it's 11'+ R or L. I sure miss the rages we used to have as everything is is cut to 100M and 200M on match days.

    I'm not an expert at anything, there are good days and worse days and the days in the zone on the blue moon. But you cut your troubles in half or better with the 6.5 Swedishicon round. My good friend in the UKicon will cut 8 to 10 centers in matches at 1000M with the 139g SENECA and RL22. It's documented in the UK NRA. I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to meet so many great and generous people.
    MJ, don't take this personally, but that's crap.
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    Before I bought the M41B, I sent one of my M96's off to a trusted gunsmith to make up a faux 41B for the CMPicon Vintage Sniper Match. Recently got it back complete and he did a great job.



    I've got a Weaver K4 scope on it and it fires handloads that I made up for my Ljungmans fairly well.

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