gota share this

Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by Thorn 242, May 4, 2008.

  1. Thorn 242

    Thorn 242 Well-Known Member

    I just love Hi- Point carbines
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]

    Nuff said?
     

  2. deaconwagers

    deaconwagers Guest

    fine shooting, there.
     
  3. I hear ya'! I love my 995 as well.
     
  4. Nice shooting Thorn, another zombie bites the dust :)
     
  5. C5sam

    C5sam Member

    148
    0
    I may be totally wrong but I bet the gun was clean when you took it to the range and the flyer in the first group was your first shot.I've had at least a half dozen guns that exhibited that quirk. My firestar was the worst with the first shot being up to three inches off at 25 yds..
     
  6. Thorn 242

    Thorn 242 Well-Known Member

    your right c5....those were the 1st 2 out the bore....hmmmm....thats a funny....my .270 dont do that till about the 25th round.....and then you still gota look close to tell it happened
     
  7. what would cause a gun to do that? if you guys dont mind my asking
     
  8. Thorn 242

    Thorn 242 Well-Known Member

    in the case of my .270 and most big game rifles, pwder and copper fouling will build up over time, causing a slight accuracy problem....in the case of my 995, it actually needs a little fouling to tighten the groups up....there are a lot of variables to that though....weather, moister and such