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Modern Rifles: How Much Better Are They?

Photo by John Hafner These days, most new rifles will shoot MoA or better. Since this is the season for fantastic unsubstantiated claims, I jumped in a while back and said that rifles were about twice as accurate today as they were in 1991. Then I became curious and went back to check if I was full of it or not.  I started keeping most of my handloading records permanently in 1980.
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