Re: What should you pay for a MN 44 with a bright bore?
Fellow shooters, thanks very much.
Maybe the ammo/bore combinations (and length) are why my LE #4 seems to do much better than these 44s, and took a few practice shots from 50 yards.
Mike then sat on the ground as the target was moved out to 100 yards (at MSSA). While sitting in his best shooting position (using only his knee and elbows for support), his only shot from 100 yards with the LE #4 went right into the middle of the bull's eye.
If I could get five shots within 2" of the bull's eye from 50 yards with the MN 44, it would be an accomplishment.
Last edited by Laufer; 08-23-2009 at 12:41 AM..