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Old 08-28-2009, 03:14 PM
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It groups fine, @ 100yds, it is about 6" to the left. I have moved the sight all the way over. I have it all took apart and I am going to turn it into a project. The barrel touches the stock on one side and there is a 1/8" space on the other side. So it sits on the stock at an angle. I could just put a little shim in there but I am going to refinish the stock and practice glass bedding it. The stock really isnt all that great so if I screw it up, oh well. Since it sits on the stock crooked, I am sure thats why I cant get her to straighten out. Once I re-do the stock, I will remount the barrel (straight) and if it still shoots bad its a wall hanger. Thanks for all your help.
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