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Thread: Observations on the Points of Impact of Statistically Significant Shot-Group Sizes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon View Post
    Interesting. Keep us updated on that.
    I should have one early next year.

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    That's a nice barrel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Failure2Stop View Post

    That's a nice barrel!

    Indeed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leuthas View Post

    I appreciate you having taken the time to write this out Molon.
    Da nada!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomD View Post
    LOL! Being a native Texan, I heartily agree with that but when I was in MI some 20 years ago, the Monroe gun club start their HPR matches in Oct. Too hot during the summer the said. I found it quite difficult to have trigger control when my fingers were numb!
    Haha, I know what you mean. Being from S. OR where summers are routinely over 100 degrees I was once in Montana where they opened up the windows to let the breeze in... at 65! I was wearing a t shirt and they were all in long sleeves as I recall. It's just like when I'm in Portland and someone says it was a hot summer, at 85. Priceless.
    Yes, I like pretty ponies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azoutdoorsman View Post

    I just moved to Michigan recently and will be testing my cold weather skills.
    Will you be changing your username to MIoutdoorsman?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon View Post
    Will you be changing your username to MIoutdoorsman?



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    I should! Or maybe indoorsman.

    I'll probably find some time to shoot next week but my Eotech might explode from the extreme cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azoutdoorsman View Post

    I have a friend who has developed a new style of wind meter, it detects up and down drafts as well as side to side wind. He's working on pre production models right now:

    https://m.facebook.com/Range.Windmeister

    I see that there is now a website for the Windmeister . . .

    http://www.windmeister.solutions/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Molon View Post
    I see that there is now a website for the Windmeister . . .

    http://www.windmeister.solutions/


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    Yep. Last I saw, he was adding some magnetic stabilizers to keep the unit's momentum during strong gusts from over-indicating. Tom's a really smart dude, and will keep improving the design indefinitely.

    I'm going to wait until spring to get one since I probably won't do much outdoor shooting in Michigan during the winter, and the Windmeister will likely be more refined by then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azoutdoorsman View Post
    Yep. Last I saw, he was adding some magnetic stabilizers to keep the unit's momentum during strong gusts from over-indicating. Tom's a really smart dude, and will keep improving the design indefinitely.

    I'm going to wait until spring to get one since I probably won't do much outdoor shooting in Michigan during the winter, and the Windmeister will likely be more refined by then.
    I'm looking forward to you posting a review.
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