Lee Dycus

Canton, OH

 

October 3, 2005

 

Gentlemen!

 

Last month, I bought one of your 22 RF runout gauges. Im an old benchrest shooter, been at it since 1968, dont shoot matches anymore because my hands are partially numb and stiff. But one of the local ranges have been shooting 100 yard, 22 RF, bench matches and since I dont have to clean or load, Ive got involved. We also shoot 200 yards on occasion. These targets were shot at 100 yards, testing your gauge, all were the same lot of wolf ammo. Targets 1A and 1B were shot with my Anschutz bench rifle, targets 2A and 2B were shot with my Swindlehurst Kelby action rifle with a Hart barrel and Kelby bench stock. The shot to the right on 2B was my misreading the condition, same with the low shot. The #1s were shot on one day and back to back in the same condition. The #2s were shot on another range and also back to back on another day. I shot 20 shots on #2B because I was having fun. The #1 targets were shot with flat point bullet to the same size as Eley Ultimate EPS, made in a Neal Waltz die, but are Wolf ammo.

 

Target #1A

Bullets with over 0.002 runout.

15 Shots 100 Yards

 

Target #1B

Bullets with under 0.002 runout.

10 Shots 100 Yards

 

Target #2A

Bullets with over 0.002 runout.

15 shots 100 Yards

 

Target #2B

Bullets with under 0.002 runout.

20 Shots 100 Yards