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    average group sizes for AKs

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    the sa93 did 2.25" for 4 out of 5 , benched & baged , at 100M , with the Wolf FMJ that came over after 9-11 . flier opened it up to 4.5"

    barnaul FMJ has given several 1.5" 3shot groups at 200M .


    below is the partical board from BEHIND the 2' square by 1/8th inch thick mildsteel test sheet . the bullet holes marked in pen constitute a 5 shot 500m group with fact31 chinese milsurp .



    the first shot was the only one that hit/penetrated the steel sheet . shot #2 hit the upper edge of the steel and kicked out the bottom . it slid down and out of the line of fire . the sun was so brite in the haze , from overhead and slightly behind i couldnt see any different threw the 2.5x burris so i continued shooting at the 2ft. square , shadow black , target .

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    Why limit your self to wolf 55 grain?? You would get the worst performace versus any other brand. First off the SAM5 has a barrel twist of 1/7 so the 55 grain projectiles aren't properly stabilized and it is anything but NATO spec ammo or match to say the least.

    I shoot SS109 thru my SAM5 and get great results.
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