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A better way to evaluate and compare accuracies...

This is a discussion on A better way to evaluate and compare accuracies... within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Struckat In 2020 the Savage will get a new stock and a more serious scope alignment. I look forward to working up ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Struckat View Post
    In 2020 the Savage will get a new stock and a more serious scope alignment. I look forward to working up some loads.
    I'm looking forward to that myself - please keep me updated!
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    Busyness . . . do tell. Bathroom renovations and medical appointments have eaten up all my play time. Trying to get everything done in preparation for double knee replacement in Dec. One step forward, two steps back. I've made it to the range once, twice actually, since July. I said once because the first ill-fated trip resulted in one round fired. Got a bunch of .223 and 6mm Goose loads to try out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle View Post
    OK, @CavemanBob , you got me, I'll bite - why 42?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Busyness . . . do tell. Bathroom renovations and medical appointments have eaten up all my play time. Trying to get everything done in preparation for double knee replacement in Dec. One step forward, two steps back. I've made it to the range once, twice actually, since July. I sat once because the first ill-fated trip resulted in one round fired. Got a bunch of .223 and 6mm Goose loads to try out.
    That sounds rough @OldVet

    My father-in-law had knee replacement surgery many years ago and it made a new man out of him! Then a buddy of mine had knee replacement surgery and he couldn't say enough good things about the results. He did have some problems getting to that point because the first doctor he had didn't do it right; the next guy did!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle View Post
    That sounds rough @OldVet

    My father-in-law had knee replacement surgery many years ago and it made a new man out of him! Then a buddy of mine had knee replacement surgery and he couldn't say enough good things about the results. He did have some problems getting to that point because the first doctor he had didn't do it right; the next guy did!
    I chose to have both done the same week so I'd have less chance of backing out of having the second one done. Now the issue is getting the Doctors' offices to coordinate the pre-ops. Their staffs should play for the NFL with all the ball dropping they are doing.

    Once I am up and running again (figuratively), I may switch from the county-run range I've been using to a commercial one. It's about the same distance away (45 minutes) and will cost less. I've been there only once, and that was for a pistol class, so the rifle range is a bit foreign to me still.
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