twowheelhooligan Posted May 24, 2010 Share Posted May 24, 2010 Seeing someone else's post inspired me to share my trials of ammo. All my firing for these rounds was performed at 30ft at human sized silhouette targets. I took one head shot and one center-mass shot. I measured C-C at the extreme spread. This is performed with the choke from factory (IC) fired indoors. All are 2.75" shells unless otherwise specified. Ammo type - group 1/group 2 Rem TAC 8 - 4.5"/4.5" Rem OO Buck - 6.25"/6.25" Win Super X silver box OO THREE INCH - 7.5"/8.25" WIN Super X silver box OO - 4.25"/3.75" Fiocchi OO - 5.75"/3.25" Sellier & Bellot OO - 5.25"/ 8.00" Fed Power Shok OO - 4.0"/ 2.25" OLIN "military type" OO - 5.25"/5.0" I used 30 feet because I figure that's going to be the max for INSIDE of any home situation or any "immediate" threat. Beyond that for many to most would require slugs or a carbine. I also tried slugs @ 50/75yds, but my groups seemed high, and I was even bagging the gun. I'll have to play more with slugs. I'm just running factory iron sights, and that's the way I'll keep this gun. If a Trijicon RMR were REASONABLY priced, I'd get one, but I have a hard time justifying $400 for a mini sight. Anyway, hope this may be helpful to some. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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