Barrels for the most part have not delivered issues themselves regardless of chambering or the finish of the feed ramps, however gas port diameters do vary which can create gas pressure issues. To close can give inconsistent readings like that. I also like to shoot how I would shoot when in the field. Due to the Wylde chamber I can't really seat the bullets as close to the lands as I would like and still fit in the magazine. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! So yea, at 7 yards off of a rest something isn't right with the rifle. Are all the pins and detent present, does the trigger function correctly even when holding the trigger down and hand cycling the bolt to imitate the next round cycling? I agree with what you said. Would help to know who built the upper.
What's could be the issue is it the gas block, the tube,I know it's not the ammo said. Smooth Movement - An easy quick check after each cleaning is recommended. I just dove in, doing zero research ahead of time. After seating to the lands my plan was to then work on powder charge to see where I got the best results, but that. Off hand shooting, it hits motorcycle Click to expand.
If so, what Dano stated about the barrel nut may be the likely culprit. Then check to make sure the gas tube is aligned with the gas key by sliding the carrier back and forth. This is experienced in the form of a failure to fire with the hammer dropping. I actually did pretty good in F-class with a VersaPod before I moved to something else. If none of the above clicks, then I'd be thinking bad barrel. It's a good thing the bad guys were using inaccurate guns often with the buttstocks removed and placed little emphasis on aiming.
Originally Posted By Dano523: M-193 ammo in most rigs will put you in less than 3moa, so use that as a base line. This is actually pretty good for Milspec ammo. Also, if someone sued alleging injury based upon faulty manufacturing your case would probably wind up as an exhibit. Up to this point, I have only built 7. Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. In these kinds of situations, the individual fires shot after shot at the range without a care in the world, just happy that they can be , but what they might not take into account is the heat of the barrel. A simple Web search would have provided that information ahead of time, but that would have been too easy.
My favorite factory fodder is Federal's 123-grain soft point, which also happens to be a very good expander in tissue. It had not been shot until today. By utilizing a fast twist to stabilize the long heavy subsonic bullets, I suspect accuracy suffers on the lighter loads. He could recommend a round you could accuracy test your barrel with. The rounds wouldn't have a bigger neck diameter? I'll be headed to the range some day this week to throw some more lead downrange. While Colorado based, we have members from around the nation and internationally.
Tried some 62gr projectiles and got about 8 inch groups at 100 yd. They do not offer that warranty on upper receiver groups, or lower receiver groups sold seperately. See what about the Original Barrel Cooler and pick one up! Usually the perfect gas block placement is not slammed up to the turned edge on the barrel. Better barrels, better triggers, etc. I can usually do better 2 — Guatemalan 55 gr, 2.
After learning enough about the gun, I put the supplied loaded 9. After learning enough about the gun, I put the supplied loaded 9 round Commifornia laws magazine in. That sounds like scope or maybe the gas key is getting loose. Competition might make the most of such information as an example of why theirs is better, et cetera. Certainly it's made easier with a rest or other accessory. We shot the groups at 100 yards, which is further than many remember. Of course the range I belong wont let me bring in a fence post or other improvised rests.
It had been drilled right in the edge of a land. I mean, let's face it, we're talking a low velocity pistol round here, not a real rifle. I also noticed that when it's cold sitting for a while then I shot it, the 1st and 2nd shot will be next to each other, then on the next succeeding shots it will be all over the place! A guy at the range where I shoot puts clays out at 100 yards and hits them with handguns. Be safe and load 28 and you will have far less issues overall with any mag you use. I have a nice Noveske matched upper and lower.