shot group

shot group

[′shät ‚grüp]
(ordnance)
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After the firing order fired their first three-round shot group, the target would be lowered and marked with pasters.
The tightest three shot group ever shot with this rig was .301 inches.
"Our operations staff and outlying detachment commanders (in Greece and the Azores) really tightened their shot group for these missions and they were executed very well," he added.
A shot group is simply, a demonstration of the accuracy potential of a certain gun--airgun or firearm.
* 787/60/17 fps 316.26 ft-lbs Hornady 185 Grain XTP JHP 916/72/18 fps 344.61 ft-lbs Remington 185 Grain Golden 1,116/37/10 fps 511.53 ft-lbs Saber + P Winchester 230-Grain SXT JHP 862/45/13 fps 379.41 ft-lbs Winchester Ranger 230-Grain JHP 938/40/12 fps 449.26 ft-lbs Average 5 shot group LOAD 5-SHOT GROUPS @ 25 yards * Smallest Largest lhli 230 Grain Golden Bear JHP.
You just fire a three shot group, then clamp the gun securely in the Bullshooter and line the crosshairs up on the center of the bullseye, or wherever on the target you want the point of impact to be.
The 4th string accounted for a 1.0" five shot group, ousting CCI by .1 inches.
Most gunwriters these days stick with three shot groups to evaluate a rifle.
If the soldier cannot consistently fire tight shot groups he is removed from the range and retrained.
Five shot groups from a rest at 25 yards ran 2" with lead 200-gr.
WinClean 846/69/17 fps 150.9 ft/lbs LOAD 5- SHOT GROUPS Smallest Largest Average Black Hills 95-gr.