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I have a Remington 700 SF in 7mm ultra. I put a 8x32x56 nightforce on and sent it to a great local gunsmith for some acurizing. The gun is fantastic...

My question is, when I called the gun smith he told me that it shot really well with a group of .28" at 100 yards. I thought how is that possible because a 7mm right off the bat is .284". He showed me the test target and you could see a three-hole group. What I'm not sure of is what is the proper way to measure a group? The paper of the target that was pushed back by the bullet (still attached) was pushed back in which created a smaller hole. Then they measured the distance of the paper that was missing. Either way I am total satisfied...
 
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