What are you rifle specs?I don't have a way to post pics of the targets, but the better ammo was only marginally better than the cheap stuff I already tried.
I shot 6x5's of each of the ammo below with the average next to them, FYI.
SK PISTOL MATCH .521 AVG
SK FLATNOSE TARGET .688 AVG
SK PISTOL MATCH SPECIAL .646 AVG
SK RIFLE MATCH .526 AVG
SK FLATNOSE MATCH .637 AVG
SK LONG RANGE .545 AVG
LAPUA PISTOL KING .717 AVG
LAPUA CENTER X .510 AVG
LAPUA MIDAS PLUS .675 AVG
ELEY TARGET .753 AVG
ELEY CLUB .610 AVG
ELEY SEMI AUTO BENCHREST PRECISION .695 AVG
ELEY TEAM .722 AVG
Bipod and rear bag?
From a bench?
Whats your experience shooting tiny 22lr groups?
As much as everyone thinks they are gonna buy a barrel and shoot 6x5's in the .1's and .2's consistently like we have been posting, thats just not reality. There is a LOT more that goes into it. Proper chassis or bedded stock... Ive spent 10's of thousands on lot after lot of ammo. Scope with the proper reticle to ensure you hold the exact same spot every time. Extremely stable shooting position. Prone has always been more consistent than from a bench for me. While some are able to do it with heavier, very light trigger pull weight helped. Im set at 6oz on my TacSport Pro 2 stage.
How many lots of each ammo have you tested as well?
Seeing your targets would help as well. You can upload them to IMGUR and post the links like the rest of us do.
I shot 6x10's and my avgs were easily half of what youre reporting your 6x5's avg. Id suspect you have other factors compounding those results since your avg's are consistent across the board....