New member and T3 owner with questions
I recently picked up a gently used 22-250 T3 lite and before I shot the rifle I cleaned the barrel and sanded the stock down in a couple places where it was touching the barrel. It is floated back to approx 3″ from the action.
I took it to the range and got the scope sighted in and shot a couple groups before it got too dark. The groups I shot were not too impressive. The best one was two touching and then a flier 1.5″ out. The others were 1.5″ groups. 100yds Winchester white/red box 45g. I was not waiting very long between shots and I am wondering if the barrel heat was at fault. I am now worried that I should not have floated the barrel. I know I should have at least shot it before I floated it. I just got excited and I cant imagine it would be a bad thing to true the stock up.
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