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Old 10-07-2019, 06:40 PM
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How one rifle shoots has nothing to do with how another shoots.

If someone tells you how well their rifle shoots ask them to sell it to you...Tom
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How one rifle shoots has nothing to do with how another shoots.

If someone tells you how well their rifle shoots ask them to sell it to you...Tom
So if they sell it to you it couldn't be that good of a shooter? is that the thinking

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Old 10-08-2019, 07:26 AM
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Friend Lee...

...it simply means no two shoot the same.

The one he may buy cannot be expected to shoot the same as the one reported by a proud member; said proud members rifle likely being exceptional...Tom
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Old 10-08-2019, 08:23 AM
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Indeed, no two rifles shoot exactly the same. At the same time it is fair to say that the vast majority of rifles of a given model shoot very similarly. This means that most rifles of a given model are typical shooters for that model. Some may be better or worse, but most are average.

But that's only part of the story. The particular ammo used is one of the most important factors in how an average rifle of a given model shoots. Not all ammo is the same, and certainly not all lots of ammo are the same.

To use the ammo referred to in an earlier post about accuracy with a certain model, some lots of SK Rifle Match will shoot better than others. Such lots may indeed shoot better than some lots of ostensibly "better" ammo such as Center X. And while most lots of Center X will be "average" for that particular ammo, some will be better and some will be worse.

I suspect that most Anschutz rifles of a given model will shoot the same ammo very similarly -- not exactly the same, but very comparably. In other words, give the same lot of ammo to two average Anschutz 1913 BR 50 rifles and the results will be very similar.
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Old 10-08-2019, 11:45 AM
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So far I have only shot it at 100 yards. Using Midas+ those groups are mostly about 3/4" when it's not windy.

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What kind of groups are you getting with the 1913/BR-50 at 50 yards.
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Old 10-10-2019, 07:11 PM
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I have a 54 action with a 50.18 trigger, single shot, Broughton barrel, Stith benchrest stock, Voekler gunsmith, and Harrell tuner for $2000.
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Old 10-10-2019, 07:57 PM
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Could anyone recommend a new model anschutz for shooting off a bench at 30 and 50 yards. Heavy barrel and a single shot would be nice. Only using it for target not for hunting, are the new anschutz just as good or better than the model 54's. Would like to stay under the $2,500.00 range.
Alternative would be to see if you can find an old 1413 or 1813 and but a Bench rest stock. there are several available from anschutz and others. This is especially good if you want to use iron sights as the 1913 BR mentioned above is sans sight which can be another $400-500.
If going to use a scope than the 1913 BR is a good buy
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Old 10-16-2019, 09:51 AM
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Could anyone recommend a new model anschutz for shooting off a bench at 30 and 50 yards. Heavy barrel and a single shot would be nice. Only using it for target not for hunting, are the new anschutz just as good or better than the model 54's. Would like to stay under the $2,500.00 range.
Buy the 1913 you will not be sorry. If you buy an old model 54, you may not be able to get parts for it if needed. The1913 in the benchrest stock is killer. The trigger on the 1913 is probably the best trigger ever, period. And that is against bix n Andy and jewel.
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