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Old 08-16-2018, 7:58 PM
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Originally Posted by bluzman View Post
Below is a picture of the results at 100 yds from my CZ 455 Trainer with a 3-9x32mm AO scope. It shows 7 shots of Remington Thunderbolt ammo (40 gr, LRN) fired using a CZ single shot adapter. The rifle was fired from a bench with a sandbag supporting the fore end. Wind was left to right (guessing 5 to 7 mph). Target squares are 1" x 1" so the spread is about 1.5 MOA vertically and 2 MOA horizontally. Considering this was done with cheap, bulk ammo, I'm happy with results.
That is pretty impressive for Thunderbolt. IME its super-soft lead marks easily and leads to a very painful transonic transition, but obviously for you it was still more than good enough to put food on the table.

Try it with some Wolf MT sometime. Rimfire at range is great fun.
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