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I replaced the loose barrel bushing on my CBOB earlier this week and went to the range to try it out last night. It was .22 night but I ran a couple mags through the CBOB to see how it would run. I had one failure to feed that may have been a distorted case I reloaded.

Here are some before and after targets, both placed ~30 feet.

Before, aiming for the right 9:


After, aiming dead on:


It seems to be shooting a little better even though it shot very well before. The gun is still shooting to the left but not as bad. I am going to adjust the sights a little and go from there.
 

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Looks like good groups marshall.
 

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Looks very good to me
 

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Looks like a shooter...:shades:
 

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Yup, can't complain about those groups at all.
 

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Before you change the sights: Second picture, first target, implies you may be pushing a bit (if you are right handed).

Have someone that is left handed shoot the gun. If theirs are low right, it's push and not adjustment.
 

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Before you change the sights: Second picture, first target, implies you may be pushing a bit (if you are right handed).
It could be but I am dead on with my Kimber Classic Target. The trigger is heavier on the CBOB but I really concentrated on keeping it straight. Maybe I will try and benchrest it.
 
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