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Got to take out my Stolle Cub last week
Went to try my new rear bag idea, had it welded and made heavier
The pistol still moved after each shot, you had to move back to the left one inch after every shot. I am not sure what I did wrong.
I thought the gun would stay in place, not sure what is moving , front or rear rest
Anyone run into where you have to re adjust windage for every shot
Shot ok , but could not get ten into a group
DAN





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id guess front back settling or shifting.Ive always had to adjust after each shot.
 
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Never done any of that type of shooting,
looks VERY interesting.

A SWAG here, could it be the rifling twist direction and results of the bullets going down the tube.

Don't know what caliber your shooting.

Outstanding shooting,
I would have those for a wallet groups any day of the week.

Tia,
Don


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I don't know what caliber you are shooting but my experience with pistols in 30BR, 25BR and, others is that a good muzzle break makes all the difference in the world when it comes to predictable recoil. The JP Eliminator and OPS break let me watch impact on target.

Also, I use the same front rest you use. I removed the cable that adjusts the front bag left/right. My experience was that the cable had its own agenda and caused my pistol to recoil left although my rear grip wasn't isn't as rigid as yours.

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Dave is right..........dump the cable. end


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Sweet Bench Rig


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I also have the same Bald Eagle rest. I removed the cable, however, I totally disassembled the head and switched it around so that the adjustment knob is on the left side.Very nice pistol.

chuck m


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