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Five rifles – N50 results

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    tommyb
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    Accuracy: +9

     

    Hey gang

    I saved a bunch of N50 cards from shooting five Rifles.  I calculated an average score for the N50 cards I saved.  This is a representative look at how 5 good rifles performed at 50 yards.  These are ‘practice’ cards and were not shot in any official N50 sponsored match,  Since both .22 LRs and air rifles are allowed to shoot in N50 matches, I wanted to see how each gun performed relative to scoring accuracy.

    N50 Scoring Stats

    Anschutz 1907 

    19 N50 cards

    244 average score ( This gun uses a tuner and was scored with Pro class .223 plug )

     

    Anschutz 64 MPR

    12 N50 cards

    235 average score

     

    Taipan Long .25 cal 

    3 N50 cards

    228 average

     

    RAW HM1000x .22 cal 

    15 N50 cards

    233 Scoring Average

     

    Daystate Safari 

    .22 cal HP 

    30 N50 cards

    238 average scoring

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    thomasair
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    Hi Tommy,  you should put this in the BR section.  

    If I recall….your 1907 was being scored as a pro class rifle. That should be noted as the target is much more difficult scoring with the little plug.

    It might be better for direct comparison to score all the targets with the same plug.

    Mike 

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    tommyb
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    thomasair

    Hi Tommy,  you should put this in the BR section.  

    If I recall….your 1907 was being scored as a pro class rifle. That should be noted as the target is much more difficult scoring with the little plug.

    It might be better for direct comparison to score all the targets with the same plug.

    Mike 

    Mike

    I edited the post to reflect the 1907 uses a tuner and all those cards were scored with .223 pro class plug you sent to me with the N50 cards. I realize all other cards were scored with the generous .035” scoring plug, but thanks for the catch.  Actually, just wanting to show the scoring trends for the various rifles, for those that practice, participate or have interest in Shooting the N50 cards.  Also, thanks for clarifying that N50 is not part of NRL22.  I was confused about that. 

    Moderator – can you move this to Bench rest “TALK” category.  Tx Tom 

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    CampFussell
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    Thanks for posting this Tom. Some great info. Hope you and your family have an awesome Thanksgiving……You too Mr Niksch

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    tommyb
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    Thanks Jimmy! Running out of N50 cards and need to reorder. My wife thinks I’m crazy saving and scoring all these cards.  Like Waylon Jennings used to sing in one of his many hit songs. “ I’ve always been crazy but it helps me from going insane.” 

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families.

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    tommyb
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    Moderator – Can you move this post to the Benchrest Talk category.

    Thanks

    Tom 

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