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BT100 POI

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by UpNorthMN, Jan 25, 2011.

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  1. UpNorthMN

    UpNorthMN Active Member

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    Did the BT100's all come in a 60/40 POI or were there different ribs? If there are different ribs, how does one know which POI the gun will approximately shoot?
     
  2. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    They all had the same rib as far as i know but i highly doubt they all had the same POI. Two identical guns built in order would likely shoot different POI's. IMHO

    Matt
     
  3. Calkidd

    Calkidd Well-Known Member

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    I know my BT100 is close to the 60/40 POI. I never have patterned the gun, but after shooting a 682E unsingle I never realized how "flat" my BT100 shot. I swear I was shooting 10" under the target at 16 yards with the Beretta and the owner told me it was shooting much higher when he first bought it. My BT100 I touch the target with my bead before I pull the trigger.

    Bryan
     
  4. GOT A PAIR

    GOT A PAIR TS Member

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    my B T 100 shot very high.
     
  5. vpr80

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    mine is very flat. bead on the target lip for singles and WAY covered on caps.
     
  6. Sky Buster

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    Mine barely made 50/50. Didn't keep it very long.
     
  7. sliverbulletexpress

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    It depends on the person shooting it. The rib is a lot higher in the back than the front so should shoot fairly high. I've had 3 and they all shot a little high.
     
  8. oleolliedawg

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    Early guns shot very flat. Impacts were corrected on later guns!!
     
  9. morgan1

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    Mine is 70 30
     
  10. PJH82

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    mine also shoots 70/30
     
  11. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    If I set the comb to see a figure 8 sight picture...40/60...I had to take the comb to the limit in height to get a 70/30 with .5" between the beads...sold it because I just didn't want the hassle of making taller comb posts as I'm most comfortable shooting a 90% high gun
     
  12. BBob

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    Any gun I purchase gets the POI changed to 90/10. My BT100 Stainless is there, The beautiful 870 Comp. I have is right there, and all three barrels on my XT combo are there. I have not yet had to use a backup gun on a registered shoot, but when I do I will know right where the POI will be. Bill
     
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