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    Silhouette Overlays at 200, 300, and 600 yds

    Here is the original thread: http://www.militaryfirearm.com/Forum...nd-iron-sights

    I do believe in, and practice, the maxim of “aim small, miss small.” Nevertheless, I also realize that I’m shooting (mostly) surplus/budget ammunition out of a battle rifle clone (PTR 91, GI model). Therefore, at the end of the day, if my groups are tighter than they were the last time, and the more of my shots are sub MOM (minute of man), I’m a happy camper.

    So, with all of that in mind, I’m trying to glean one more round of relevant data from my last range trip. I took the NRA targets and overlaid a silhouette on them. The body is 18” x 18” and the head is 6” x 6”. I was shooting off of a table with a rest.

    Malaysian and German surplus ammo at 200 yds:


    PPU Match and Federal Gold Medal Match ammo at 200 yds:


    Malaysian and German surplus ammo at 300 yds:


    PPU Match and Federal Gold Medal Match ammo at 300 yds:


    Malaysian surplus ammo at 600 yds:

    German surplus ammo at 600 yds:


    PPU Match ammo at 600 yds:


    Federal Gold Medal Match ammo at 600 yds:


    And just in case you didn’t read the original thread, this was my very first time ever shooting at 600 yds.
    Last edited by rjinga; 12-01-2017 at 06:25 PM.
    PTR 91, GI model - "Triple B"; Chinese Type 56 SKS - "The Snow Leopard"

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