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Old 21st May 2014, 11:42 AM
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Default That's interesting Rob !

Originally Posted by RobF View Post
I don't think so. But I think that different targets can lead to different groups. I get tighter groups on white paper as opposed to the black spot on a target.
Hi Rob

That's interesting, that you get a tighter group shooting a plain paper than paper with a black dot,
do you think it may be that after the first shot you are actually aiming at the previous pellet mark which is relatively small compared to a black dot, which in turn makes you concentrate more (subliminally) than with black dot targets ?

John Waterfield
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