|07-06-2013, 10:43 AM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2005
Nelson .22 Conversion...
Purchase this a couple weeks back.
From Larry Nelson at "Nelson Custom".
It's an improved version of the Marvel #1 unit, designed by Bob Marvel and fabricated by Mcmillan (barrel/stockmakers).
The "improved" version has a slide lock back on last round and is dryfire acceptable.
Had a couple opportunities to take it to the range and see how it shot.
Benchrested @ 25 yds. the best groups were 3/8" with the largest being 11/16".
I was using an Adco dot scope with 1.5 minute dot. I found precise repeat-ability to be difficult, as the dot had a "tail"-due to the glasses I was wearing.
Ammo was "middle of the road" Aguilla. I think with a 2X pistol scope with fine plex and some TenX this is probably a 3/4" @ 50 yds. unit.
Certainly more accurate than I can use offhand...
I did shoot some 50 yd. targets offhand ("Bullseye"/one handed).
All shots were in the black, barely.
I have a tendency to "stab" the trigger when the dot appears to be centered in the black.
Not good form.
I may work at it as it's great "sight picture/trigger control" practice.
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