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Old 03-19-2008, 04:55 PM
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To play this game you shoot 4 groups of 5 shots each on the same target paper. The rifle must be compliant with SuperStock Bolt Action guidelines.

Shoot four single shots. Measure the diameter of each single shot and average them. That will give you the "Subtractor" number.
Measure the groups form outside to outside of the widest hole and subtract that number. That gives you one group size. Do the same for the other three groups.

Average those for group sizes. If they average less than 1.047" you have made it into the SuperStock Bolt Action MOA Club!

PLEASE DATE your targets

See? It's easy

Use the target of your choice. Although it is not required it is a good idea to have a witness sign it if at all possible. This is not because I do not believe your little rimfire will not shoot into the sacred MOA. This is so the many OTHER disbelievers here at RFC will not be able to question your target.

Please note. Any target submitted must has been shot AFTER this game began.

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Old 03-19-2008, 05:18 PM
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Man got to find some more cardboard boxes can't get 4-5shot groups plus 4 singles on a piece of 8.5x11" paper, LOL.

I've got to get some different ammo for this one. Tried the Winchester xx-perts and the AE-5022's and averaged around 2.15"s. Course could be the loose nut behind the trigger.

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Man got to find some more cardboard boxes can't get 4-5shot groups plus 4 singles on a piece of 8.5x11" paper, LOL.

I've got to get some different ammo for this one. Tried the Winchester xx-perts and the AE-5022's and averaged around 2.15"s. Course could be the loose nut behind the trigger.
Maybe you need more nuts.
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yup,

definately gonna have to breakout the 300' tape and do some mzrn and move
the ole' table back. finally got a place to play with the .17HMR and wanna give
it a try. will also try out the BB. wish ammo for the two wasn't so costly, tho'
lol, but lookin' forward to this game, just for the heckuv it,

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From what I saw of your 50 yard groups with the 17 , 100 yard shouldn't be much problem for it.

So when you going to get that 9mm / 50yard club going?
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Man got to find some more cardboard boxes can't get 4-5shot groups plus 4 singles on a piece of 8.5x11" paper, LOL.

I've got to get some different ammo for this one. Tried the Winchester xx-perts and the AE-5022's and averaged around 2.15"s. Course could be the loose nut behind the trigger.
Come on Riggy....My "piece of crap" Zastavz shoots 1.5-1.6" with AE5022

The weird part is it shoots 2"+ with anything that is considered match ammo If that rifle ever makes this list it will be after some extensive tuning
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LOL, Vincent I don't think it has to much to do with my CZ. I think it has more to do with me. I'm having a hard time holding it steady on the rest with its narrow forearm.

May have to try something else for a rest.

I don't think that Zasta is a piece of crap especially when it is in your hands.
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What about bipods?
Do they not mix well w/bench shooting....????
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I'm off to the range to give this a try!! We'll see what the little Savage BV can do!
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Hey Gerald....welcome to SuperStock.......Bolt Action

Good to see you in the new ......ummm......the new........well what ever it is
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So when you going to get that 9mm / 50yard club going?
rigger,

gonna %%%%%ume that you didn't do a typo on the 9MM thingee.

that would equate to 3/8" = .375 at the minimum, at 50 yds, 5 shots per group,
all 4 groups must qualify after deducting the 4 singles. is that what you had in mind?

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I was thinking pretty much the same as your 13mm but just a little harder. Not sure if 9mm would be do able though. Yeah looking at the calipers maybe a 13mm to start with, LOL.
What do you think 13 or 9?
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Are their any guidelines for how far the flyers,,, I mean reference holes should be located from the groups?
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What about bipods?
Do they not mix well w/bench shooting....????
You are welcome to try it. Not against the rules in my game anyway. If you are serious about making any of these up coming games you may want to build or invest in some kind of decent rest. Some of them are NOT going to be easy. NONE of them are going to be real easy as that is not the point.

It is probably a good idea to wait for someone to start a 1/4" 25 yard game to get the feel. I know the 1/8" 25 yard game that Ricochet runs is very difficult. He calls it 8th Ball. That is 1/2 MOA for 3 out of 4 groups and I can tell you it is just not easy to do. Not a lot of names on that list

Rico also runs the 13mm Fun Shoot @ 50 yards and there are not nearly as many names on that one as the 1/4"Club. 13mm works out to roughly .512" groups at 50. He does make that one a little easier by making it 4 shot groups. It is a challenge but not as bad as 8 Ball.

Then there are my ZEE-Row and nemohunter's MOA 100 yard challenge. Those two are not discussed in polite company

Who knows what you will have to shoot for here. Who knows how much tuning it will take on these bolt guns to shoot that well. I know for some of these guns they are gonna need some help but that is the whole point of a SuperStock type rifle.

The ammo companies must love us because there have probably been a hundred thousand rounds or more shot trying to make these games in SuperStock. Maybe a couple times that. Rico used to have a picture of all the ammo boxes he shot just trying to make 1/4" Club. Now he GRIPES about 1/4" groups. That is because he learned with the rest of us how to tune his rifle and how to shoot these games.

I'm sure we have a similar learning curve ahead of us here.....especially with the Sporters. I can tell you that if it turns out right there will be a day you look at some little 22 Sporter and think "I never would have believed you could have done THAT"
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