10 shots 40x 56 yards
First 5 shots were horrific telling me that I need to clean the suppressor again.
These are the next 5 shots from the table. It is 56 yards instead of 50 partially accounting for the low poi. I also believe that shooting from a bench has a different poi as well...but that might be my fault in how I’m holding the rifle.
I didn't hear about any specific times that happened...but it is a real possibility. Any heavy hitting revolver requires a learning curve. I will shoot the 500 with more than one round in the chamber...but I single loaded it for the first 150 or so just because it made me nervous. And that is after I had gotten comfortable with the airlite 44 mag with stout loads.
It is a very wise thing to single load for shooters that are not familiar with guns...especially guns with higher recoil.
Those groups are much better than they were a few months ago! Custom barrel was worth the money.
At 100 a 10-12 mph wind ain’t gonna make much difference. The horizontal is likely a difference in how the gun is held. Depending on where it sits on your shoulder (left/right) it will throw a shot left or right. Depending on how your hand holds the stock it will pull a shot left or right. Depending on how your finger touches the trigger can make a difference. If you are not perfectly straight behind the rifle it will make a difference. Depending on how you pull the trigger will make a difference.
If you can take Greg’s class you will learn to tell why those fliers are there and therefore evetntually eliminate them. I still get fliers as you know from my targets. But I know it should have been a flier and what to do to fix it.