1. These are 5 shot groups. If we
shot a lot more of them, we would
have a better average group size.
However, we were just looking at a
snapshot of what kind of groups these
rounds would shoot out of a high quality
2. The Guatemalan surplus seems to
shoot within 2 inches. This is actually
pretty good for Milspec ammo. The
government requires 2 MOA, and that's
about what they get.
3. The SS 109 was some hot stuff,
meaning it was loaded hot. But its
accuracy wasn't particularly great.
4. We shoot a lot of Wolf Polymer.
It's great for plinking, but it's
only about Minute of Pie Plate. That's
fine, as long as you know what you
are getting for the money.
5. And lastly, as I noted in Part
1, anyone that says they routinely
shoot sub-MOA groups with iron sights
and military ammo has a problem with