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    Glem.Chally
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    Each time I go to the range I try a bit at 100m (110 yards),  I’ve gotten 1.35 and 1.4 inch groups but today I nailed it,  got this amazing group after getting it sighted in perfect on target just like it that I put next to this one. Using JSB 25.4 kings. 

    1 inch group at 100m,   5 shots and actually the 3 tight ones were .34 inches center to center.  The chief range officer took pictures and was amazed he said he was watching me warm up hitting little pieces of clay.  Anyways I’m ecstatic.

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    congratz fantastic shooting  those ROYALES are known for there nice groups,,keep up the pix    pat

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    Nice work Glem,
    Good to see you are getting so acquainted with your Royale.
    Hopefully I will be able to do as well with my new gun since I sold the Royale.

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    Jealous!  Royal’s have a reputation and I see it’s well deserved.  

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    Brian.in.MI
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    It takes skill to do these rifles justice at 100+ yards. Nice shooting!

    Brian

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    Thanks for the kind words gents!

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    chasdicapua
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    MOA at 110 yards takes some doing. Little inconsistencies really show up way out there. Nice shooting. 

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    dirtbikerick
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    Nice shooting!

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    Please let us know about the fps of this fine one MOA group.

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    chasdicapua
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    I’m currently working at 135 yards with my Royale 500. Hitting a 6″ gong. Once that feels like its automatic, I’m going to set out some targets and see what I can do. These guns are amazing. 

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    “mubhaur”Please let us know about the fps of this fine one MOA group.

    
Honestly I don’t know exactly,  its how it was stock but I gave it about a half turn on the hammer spring tensioner.  Most likely around 890-910

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    Had some improvement today this is shooting the 33.95gr at 100m.

     

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    chasdicapua
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    Now that is a rightous 100 M group. Well done!

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    Great groups Glem, the stars and moon have to align just right for groups like that. What was the weather conditions and how did you prep your pellets?
    jk

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    Outstanding !

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    Yes in my Wildcat .25 cal. the 33.95 outdo the 25 grainers too at 100 yards. Bill

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    Glem.Chally
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    “jking”Great groups Glem, the stars and moon have to align just right for groups like that. What was the weather conditions and how did you prep your pellets?
    jk
     

    
Thanks for the kind words boys,

    That’s the funny part,  unweighed,  unsorted, unwashed just a couple drops of Ballistol in the tin and gently rolled around.  For the weather about 36F with a steady rain haha, wasn’t a drizzle and wasn’t a downpour just steady.

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    Well done!!! It takes a lot of practice to shoot well at 100 yards! I found I can get away with being sloppy and shoot sub 1/2 groups at 50 yards. But not at 100.
    The next thing to try is 10 shot groups. You start getting nervous at 7! at least I do!! LOL
    Again excellent marksmanship.

    Dennis

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    Nice shootin’ Glem. Very nice groups.

    I want to try my Wildcat and my Crown out at 100. I have to go to the powder range to do that for now. And it is WAY cold here. Well, way cold for Texas. I don’t want to go sit out at the range just yet. But Texas spring is coming… very soon….

    Crusher

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    All I can say is very nice shooting there Glem,hope it warms up here soon so I can get out to the range and try to do the same thing..maybe. Again Nice Shooting…

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