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Pete's "The 4 MOA Challenge" June 2019  


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16/06/2019 1:36 pm  

My friend Arloxen and I attempted this challenge last Friday. It's a tough one! I scored 8 hits. However, if this is a 4 MOA challenge, breaking the outer black line should count. The outer edge of the white circle is only 3 MOA. By that standard I had 10 hits. Either way it's only "an attempt was made" score.

Adding to my challenge is my injured support elbow. The pain went from 3 to 7 by my 4th shot in prone as demonstrated by the flyer. I only attempted this challenge once. I'm definitely going to try this again once I heal. (Maybe I should actually go to the doctor?)

I used my Ruger GSR in .308 WIN with a Leopold Scout Scope:

Here is a close up of my target:

This topic was modified 4 months ago by Matt

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29/06/2019 9:46 am  

Solid first run Pete! It ain't easy by any stretch.


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