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Post by James Hensler on 8/22/2019, 12:49 pm

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I have nailed my long line load and I don’t ever see me changing it but I am always playing with the short line stuff. For a few years I have been shooting Zero 185 LSWC Bullets with 4.3 grains of Titegroup. Well I switched powders to N310 and just love it. Now I still have a few hundred of the old Titegroup rounds still left and now I am having a very hard time with rapid fire getting the 5 round off due to the recoil. Now the groups are x’s and a few 10’s and look amazing but I hear my timer going off with one to go. When I load lighter the groups get a lot bigger and I can’t have that. The N310 at 4.0 feels and shoots just like the 4.3 of Titegroup so I am kinda at a crossroad here! Help!!!!!!!!
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Post by James Hensler on 8/23/2019, 10:58 am

Thanks Jon was 3 firing points away from me at Canton
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Post by Allgoodhits on 8/23/2019, 12:04 pm

James Hensler wrote:Thanks Jon was 3 firing points away from me at Canton

This has drifted to other than ammo, but again, everything is so interrelated.

I have watched Jon methodically to try to gleam some hint of what he does, which makes him so consistent. Hell, I even noticed that when he staples repair centers on targets, he always staples at the exact same quadrants and only on the scoring ring lines, not on repair center corners like everyone else. He doesn't miss those lines either! We can't all be Jon Shue, Brian Zins, Jim Henderson or Hershel Andersons, but we can all strive to be as good as we each can be. I suppose we can't ask for more than our best, then try to enhance that. I think one of the biggest mistakes we all make, is trying to shoot like (equal to) someone else, when what we need to be doing is simply becoming better at being us.

Cheers

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