View Full Version : 100 yard target fron Oz.

10-16-2006, 3:19 PM

Eight rounds of my poor reloads. Lucky I hit the back stop.


10-16-2006, 4:20 PM
may i ask where that k31 came from?

10-17-2006, 12:15 PM
Nice group. I was wondering have you ever shot for group w/ GP11 ammo. If yes, what was it like comparing to your hand-load?

10-17-2006, 5:12 PM
Big 5
$90 ea.

No I don't have any shoot off info. It's been two months or more that I shot the GP11, It was very consistant but I had trouble with the ears of the front sight and the profile of the the rear bar. I have worked out a sight picture now and will do a shoot off.

You have to remember I use 25 yard pistole targets at 100 yards and the bear is no bigger plus a lot of other woes so anything close to 2" is freeking fine. The trick is to be able to do that any time from a lot of off hand positions. That is this rifles calling.

I will do a double test with another type Swiss rifle too.

I remember the older rifle surprised me but I didn't lable the targets. It will be fun.

10-18-2006, 8:43 AM
Beautiful Swiss collection. How does your K11 shoot compare to your K31s ? Is the long rifle more accurate ? (BTW, if you have a Swede M96, how would you rate Swiss Vs. Swede in terms of accuracy ?)

10-18-2006, 4:08 PM
They (K31 vs 96/11) seemed equal but I was not doing a shoot off.

Swede vs Swiss = Grape vs Bannana The 6.5 and 7.5 and the rifles are both good at what they do.



10-18-2006, 4:41 PM
I need a mop to wipe my drools..

Can you explain why "Grape vs. Banana" when you compare Swiss and Swede? ( in terms of history, mechanism, collectability, craftsmanship, or what ???)

10-18-2006, 7:41 PM
I can't compare them.