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question about poi of a 4 notch mx10rs barrel

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by James L Balog, May 13, 2011.

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  1. James L Balog

    James L Balog Member

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    Quicl question about a 35" mx10rs barrel that I can't seem to find on the web.

    How high can I get the gun to shoot with figure 8 beads? My guess was 90/10 or a bit higher but if you know for sure please let me know

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  2. Shawn

    Shawn Member

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    James this may help

    Shawn
     
  3. James L Balog

    James L Balog Member

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    Thanks guys that's what I was looking for.

    I may have to get a few more notches cut into it eventually. I've been shooting much higher poi. I have been wanting to come back down to the 80/20- 90/10 range though, I think it will improve my scores. Atleast having this rib will force me to try it.
     
  4. vpr80

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    Just play with the comb spacers. It shoots per that chart with the beads stacked, so just add a spacer to the comb and it will shoot a bit higher. Then you can work your way down if you want and you don't need to cut any more notches.
     
  5. zzt

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    James, if by Figure 8 you mean stacked beads, then you are almost correct. My 35" MX-10RS barrel shoots about 9" high in the lowest (front) rib position with buried beads. With stacked beads is is 11" high. 12" high would be 90/10. By the way, the appropriate comb spacers to use are 2mm per rib step, not .125".
     
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