Originally Posted by cajuntec
Is that his claim, or have you actually laid eyes on that? Please don't take this the wrong way, but I'd have to see that in person to believe it. A "quarter" covering all three holes would mean he cloverleafed them at 100 yards. I just have a hard time believing that. Not saying it's not true - I just have a hard time believing it.
It's possible. I used to get regular sub 2 inch groups at a hundred yards with the old style remington copper solids (they weren't swaged like they are now, the nose was drilled and cut in two ways for the hollow point.) To get an inch group wasn't rare. When getting sub 2 inch groups, you are bound to get a one hole group eventually just because of statistical probabilty especially with a large bore.
Of course, since they stopped making those slugs, my mossberg hasn't shot like that since...Now maybe a 4 or 5 inch group on a good day. I'm still getting over being burned like that....I really hate it when a good product isn't continued.