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I was spending the day shooting 100 yard paper with some friends, one of which was setting up his new Tika 25.06. Towards the end of the day I leaned against the shooting bench and shot my 1917 Eddystone 30.06 off hand at a target. I hit about 4" off center at 2 o'clock. (I've been shooting this gun for over 35 years) My buddy with his new Tika looked through his scope and cussed. Then he said "do that again". I shot off hand twice more and he checked it through his scope and cussed a blue streak. I looked and was a bit surprised to see what looked like 2 holes, an inch apart, 5 inches off at 10 o'clock. When I went to set up a new target, I saw a Wooly Bugger worm with dark bands on the ends and a light band in the middle sitting 5 inches off center at 10 o'clock. I didn't say a word!
 

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Accuracy is in the eye of the beholder.
Your friend did not behold said Wolly Bugger. :D
 

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If he asks, it was a worm. If he doesn't ask, it was excellent shooting.
 
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