Yesterday I went out shooting with a buddy, (mostly to zero a dot on a 556 pistol build) but I realized that I haven't shortened up the stroke on my main gun (gun #1) so I added a spacer and another wave spring.
It's still much harder for me to keep #1 on target with the current setup.
#2 still seems to shoot nicer to me.
May be the difference in weight of the gun?
I am going to try and switch things around some, and see what happens.
Also out of curiosity I was shooting them both out at 110yrds on a steel half metric, and #1 was tough, but #2 was loving it!
Might be the difference in how exact the dot is sighted in?
They are both set for 15yrds.
#1 I had to hold high and left, but it didn't seem very consistent.
(I might have been the inconsistent part of the equation)
#2 put the dot on the target and ding!
Didn't matter which ammo
115g Blazer brass or 124gr Winchester NATO, (I thought the hotter ammo would help).
I forgot to try the hotter ammo in #1