countryboy, I too was having difficultly getting decent groups at 100 yards with my 460 XVR.....until I was given a very good tip from another member here. I believe that it was Bob Roach that gave me the suggestion.
Make a bold circle on your target paper ( inside of circle not painted) just large enough for the dot to remain inside of the painted circle. I went from dismal to very happy results. I’m only measuring 4 shot groups, as I have a “charge hole” that throws a shot far out of group....every time! My last 3 groups have been under 3 1/2”, with the last group at 2 5/8”. For me.....those are outstanding groups!
I was initially concerned that my “homegrown” 400 grain, cast bullets simply wouldn’t shoot from my handgun. Pleased to report.....that is not the case!
I wish you as much success with your handgun, as I’m having with mine! memtb
Edited by Memtb460 (04/14/21 03:41 PM)
You should not use a rifle that will kill an animal when everything goes right; you should use one that will do the job when everything goes wrong." -Bob Hagel
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