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In between yard work projects, I went to a friends’ farm and got off a few rounds . The wind was light and blowing straight to me, so each shot produced a burnt powder high for me! I’m still working with two sets of stocks on a pair of .22’s. One pair of smooth “ Cokes” and one pair of finger- groove stocks with a palm swell. The idea is to shoot both pieces over six or so sessions to see which stocks I shoot the best. I’m using the same ammo, same targets, same one-hand “target” stance. Trying to eliminate some variables. This isn’t high science, just trying to see how this goes! Clearly, the rounds in the white are operator error.

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Please tell me you didn't use those rocks for a backstop! :eek:
 

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No, only a prop for the pictures! Pine logs at the farm caught the lead. My friend, Frank, shot his Mod 19-8, but I stayed with .22LR this trip.
 
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