eddie234 wrote:Well, I able to run out to the range after work this evening and see if my "deep cleaning, polishing and scrubbing" did any good. If you draw circles and count holes all that work didn't seem to improve anything. However what it did seem to do was tighten and center things up.
What I did was put the turkey target on the poster board and as instructed aim at the waddles. I got alot more "kill zone" hits this time. Overall I only added fifteen more holes to the turkey target. It would appear that my shot hit a little high but looking at the target you can see most of the shot was in the head and not the breast meat.
I think I will stick with this set up, It seems to the pretty good.
eddie234 wrote:It is the best pattern I've found so far. It's pretty dead on at 20 and 30 yards just a tad high at 40. The polishing of the barrel seemed to tighten things up a little. As you've seen on the other forum board I've gotten alot of advise as to what to do to improve my pattern. Buying shells at $25 a box and chokes at $25 to $80 this can get expensive. I think I'll stick with this combo for awhile, like I said it the best I've found so far.
eddie234 wrote:Hey Clark,
Have you tried the hevi shot magnum blend out of your ssx choke? If so what kind of results do you get?
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