Using 240to 250-grain bullets at muzzle velocities from 780 fps to just over 1,100 fps resulted in groups from 1 to 2 inches low at 15 yards so it would take very little adjustment to bring a selected load up to point of aim.
What does POA stand for?
POA stands for Point of Aim
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- Place of Articulation
- Plain Old ACARS (Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System)
- Plan Of Action
- Plan of Attack
- Plan Operativo Anual
- Plane of Array (measurements perpendicular to the solar receiver)
- Planet of the Abts (band)
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Point Of Access
- Point of Acquisition
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As close to the bore of the firearm as possible, the laser rod positioning allows for the closest and most consistent relationship between your point of aim and point of impact (POA/POI) over all shooting distances.
In a bulletin dated October 12, the Arizona-based company issued new guidelines saying it had "lowered the recommended point of aim from center of mass to lower-center of mass for front shots.
``The thing that really amazed me was the point of aim and the point of impact,'' said the INS official, who asked that his name not be used.
Instruct campers to change their point of aim only if three arrows land in roughly the same undesired location.
45-70 is able to hold tight groups, and, as mentioned earlier, an individual shooter can file the sights down to his liking, which will bring the point of impact up to the point of aim at a given distance.
P155) consisting of three rear and two front sights of different heights you can mix and match to adjust point of aim.
With a lot of practice I got to know the different point of aim with both barrels.