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Lateral Spread of Bullets

Lateral Spread of Bullets




      

Lateral Spread of Bullets


Lateral Spread of Bullets

If the weapon maintains an even elevation but the shots spread laterally, I would be inclined to consider it the marksman's own fault or that of the wind. If the bullets simply scatter about over the target, as a general thing the fault lies with the shooter. Where the elevation is irregular the trouble might be in the way the marksman is gripping his gun, or the barrel may be wrong. When the piece plays a number of bullets in one group and then changes to a spot some inches away and begins grouping again, condemn the barrel; there is little you can do for it. If the barrel shoots well, except that it throws an occasional wild shot, it is more than likely that the ammunition is to blame.

Askins, Charles. Rifles and Rifle Shooting. New York: Outing, 1912. Print.

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