If you already have a CP two piece, I'd just get the back. The lurker finish just isn't QUITE
as nice as a CP's, at least mine isn't.
brycelarson, on 27 March 2012 - 05:00 PM, said:
Kermit, on 27 March 2012 - 08:49 AM, said:
Do I have data to prove this? No, but it's what I observed. Shooting with my eigenbarrel with Premium on my DM3, the shots had a noticeable tendency to spread out at distance. On average, my spread was about 5 square feet(give or take, just estimating). After I threw my boomstick on the gun it shot perfectly straight every shot and was +/- 10 over the chronograph. With my 'cocker, the spread is much smaller.
Since I didn't do any testing, and I'm not involving real numbers, I know this doesn't count as a legitimate test. However, this is my observation. I use my eigenbarrel every time I play, and it shoots great for me, I just can't get it to get equal results on my open bolt markers.
Yeah, just can't really make any claims based on observations like that. The sight picture on different guns is different - there just can't be any real observations made on things like that. Sorry. Lock them down in a vice and try it - then you can comment on differences.
drg, on 27 March 2012 - 02:55 PM, said:
Regarding what Kermit said ... could this be Jack Wood's "loading systems" variable coming into play? Still, a successful underbore should exhibit no different spin or bouncing patterns from marker to marker, no?
That or simply a variation in sight picture, gun geometry, ergonomics etc.
You are correct, Bryce. My apologies, probably stupid to argue with the man who actually tested this out