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Hey all. Been doing quite a bit of shooting in the last week or so since I bought an HK USP40. I'd really like to know how to measure group size. This pistol is superbly accurate, actually very surprising for a "service pistol". So how about it. I put those 3" shoot-n-c targets on the back of a paper target and at 25 yards offhand I had one 3" circle with 13rds through it.

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Mike
 

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Dear Mike,

That's some good shooting. Congratulations! I determine group size by mesuring the distance between the outer edges of the two holes which are the furthest apart. I believe however that the proper measurement would be the distance between the centers of the holes. This can be easily accomplished by measuring from the outside edge of one, to the inner edge of the other. Happy Thanksgiving! Gary
 

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Alright, I thought thats how it was done but I never was quite sure. Thanks a lot Gary. Happy Thanksgiving everybody.


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