All shoot MOA after reducing creep and overtravel? Possibly. Shoot BETTER offhand with a sling than on a rest? Highly unlikely. And it doesn't even have anything to do with the rifle, but everything to do with the shooter. It is impossible to hold it more steady offhand than on a table. No one can "design" a rifle to be more accurate when the POI is moving around a target slightly than when it is held nearly motionless on the same spot.the guys at wts told me in 1990 that all the 91's he shot would shoot moa or better. how? sitting with the sling wrapped around your forearm for a support. why? the gun was designed to be shot offhand in battle not on a sandbag. brian mentioned the delayed roller block bolt was designed to hold gun in alignment until bullet leaves barrel but for some reason was not as accurate off a rest as offhand. but it stands to reason to design the gun to work the best as a military weapon not off a rest or sandbags or even bipod. he told me he personally tested every weapon after a wts trigger job and he said they ALL would shoot moa AFTER they fixed the creep and overtravel. my 911 with my good handloads and a wts set trigger shoots moa no problem. never tried target ammo. yes it is harder to hold gun without a support but try it, maybe he lied. I am an amatuer barely know what I am talking about but brian at wts sure seemed to know. the boys at langley told me they sent their weapons to wts in those days. someone tell me I am crazy but isn't that hold a normal military one for many weapons. bob
Wow, that is good. How wide are prairie dogs? They're not 8" wide are they? You might be getting more like 1 to 1.5 MOA. That's great.I don't know guys, and mine is a clone, but no kidding, I hit prairie dogs at 400+ meters when I settle in and do it right. This is with handloads. I reckon a prairie dog is less than 2 MOA at that distance. The impediment to hitting them is not the rifle. These things are amazingly accurate for a semi auto.