I received a PM from one of you fellas and he suggested that since my load recipe was not "over the top, or weird", that maybe a bore scoping was something to have done to see what might be going on.
Now...... since I have been away from actively shooting for about 20 years.... I am going to have to assume that bore scoping is a "small TV type camera" looking in the bore. Would that be correct?
Also..... could I get some "ball park prices" for that service?
Again ..... I assume a gunsmith does this.
Finally..... I know I am 71, I have shot left handed since 8 or 10 yrs old, and now I have a left eye problem that forces me to shoot RIGHT handed starting this year.
That being said ..... I know I make bad shots once in a while, and the groups are larger than before, but it just seems that the 22-250 should be "doing it's part" too.
(See next paragraph as a reason for the statement above)
What is attached are 2 ....... 100 yard targets .... Shot with my Savage Mark II FV Rimfire, .22 cal. Long Rifle, 12X scope. The old goat can still shoot fairly well .... even right handed.