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    .22LR - What would be considered precision?

    Im curious who has gone for broke insofar as .22LRs go? Ive got my TOZ17-01 dialed in through a Tasco 3-9x scope for 100 yards; in which I can consistently do 1" groupings (on the table). I was curious if anyone has tried to take it further or tighter? Im debating if I should try taking my TOZ8M single shot in for tight and long.


    Thoughts?

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    i've lobbed rounds out as far as 200 yards with my 10/22. got about a 6" grouping once i figured the drop out. my friend back home is hitting popcans about 70% of the time at 200 yards with a Savage 93. he shoots off a bench, i shoot prone off a bipod.
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    I can generally do the same with mine; takes a shot or two to get the drop down after that pretty regular on a 6" gong.

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    I would be interested in hearing what others can do as well. I did some 100 yard shooting with my XT-22 and Tech-Sights. Shooting prone, with a sling, I managed 4 shot groups of 1 5/8" and 1 3/4". It was that pesky fifth shot that killed me. :P

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    I'd be happy hitting a loonie at 50 yards.

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    As long as she's MOG (minute of gopher) she's precision enough for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckingFastard View Post
    As long as she's MOG (minute of gopher) she's precision enough for me
    Minute of gopher can be attained through volume of lead as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    Minute of gopher can be attained through volume of lead as well.
    I couldn't agree more. It's been a bad day if I don't leave a bricks worth of "brass in the grass", gotta love cheap .22 ammo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckingFastard View Post
    As long as she's MOG (minute of gopher) she's precision enough for me
    yup, this one, this is it. +1 my gsg 110 rnd drums make the assassinations all that more enjoyable in alberta gopher territories, in b.c. the dynogophers require quick follow-up shots and lots of lead for the entertainment.

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    I prefer Minute of Grouse Head myself.

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