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    RPRR 1st range trip

    Well I got the Ruger RPRR a few weeks ago I mounter a inexpensive centerpoint 4-16x44 scope. Got to the range with it today at 25 yards i was 3.5-4 inches high and 1 inch to the right dialed in scope shot 75 round federal bulk 525 pack ammo had some failure to extract switched to Federal Gold medal target shot 50 round of it with no failures to extract (may be the ammo) this is the last target I shot its 5 rounds at 25 yards of a front bag and no rest on the rear
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    That's some darn good shootin' (assuming you were aiming at #22).
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBravoKS View Post
    That's some darn good shootin' (assuming you were aiming at #22).
    Yes i was aiming at the bull on #22 nest time I will push it out to 50 yards and may start trying different types of ammo. Today was to get the scope somewhat sighted in and I was super happy with the results
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    For those of us who had to look it up: RPRR = Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle . . . . .

    Good shooting! You prolly could’a Shot that dime if ya wanted to
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    For those of us who had to look it up: RPRR = Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle . . . . .

    Good shooting! You prolly could’a Shot that dime if ya wanted to
    Thanks for clearing that up. I didn't want to be the guy that asked, and G O O G L E was too many letters to type at the time. I just assumed it was the Reading Pennsylvania Railroad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    For those of us who had to look it up: RPRR = Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle . . . . .

    Good shooting! You prolly could’a Shot that dime if ya wanted to
    But the dime was in my pocket when I was shooting hitting it would have bee BAD!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Let's see your RPRR!
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