Blaser 0.38 sp. LRN, meh.

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Blaser 0.38 sp. LRN, meh.

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These are with an Uberti 1871. With its long barrel, it's usually pretty accurate. Kind of crummy here. The lower left target is 6" (15 cm), so the others are maybe eight (20 cm). Thirty feet (9.14 m) standing.
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Re: Blaser 0.38 sp. LRN, meh.

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I’ve never had decent accuracy with that particular Blazer...especially in single actions. I’d chalk up those results to the ammo, not the firearm.
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I think you're right. I've got an 80+ year old S&W Hand Ejector, which is usually pretty good with Magtech 158 gr. plain lead, but was really inaccurate last night with the Blasers. The 1871 does well with Magtech at the 25 yard outdoor range.
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Here's the target from the other day with the 1930s m.1905.
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