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rusty dog
01-21-2009, 05:18 PM
I have a harrel tunter no weights i putt it on a anie 64 sbr 20 "arrei and it 890 at the muzzle could not get it to shoot very well took it of gun went back to shooting fare could some one help me
Thank Bill t

Dave D.
01-21-2009, 06:59 PM
Did the instructions come in your native language?

rusty dog
01-21-2009, 08:37 PM
There was no instruction with it can you help me thank you
BILL T

Kent Owens
01-21-2009, 08:50 PM
rusty dog,
Did you try a bunch of different settings to see if you could get it to shoot?
Sometimes putting a tuner on a factory barrel makes 'em worse at first until you find a setting that makes it better, or at least as good as it was without the tuner.
Once I put a tuner on a factory barreled 40X and it made it shoot much worse. Best groups were in the low .2s at 50 yards with a select lot of Tenex ammo, but that was the only ammo it would shoot like that. With a tuner that wasn't in adjustment it was much worse. I finally kept fooling with it and adjusting it until I had it shooting as well as it did without the tuner. The good part was that after getting the tuner set up properly the rifle starting shooting about 5 lots of ammo I had as well or better than the lot it liked so well. I won a lot of matches with that factory barreled 40X after putting that tuner on it.
Don't give up, keep playing with it and maybe it'll come around.

rusty dog
01-21-2009, 08:58 PM
YES I WENT FROM 3.4 TO ALLMOST OUT TO TO THE END OF THE TUNTER WITH ALLMOST A BRICK OF AMMO THANK YOU BILL T:confused:

Kent Owens
01-21-2009, 09:04 PM
You are welcome.

Higbean
01-21-2009, 09:04 PM
Tunter? Really?

Bobby T.
01-21-2009, 09:27 PM
I thinks you missed the sweat spot on that tuntere it's somewheres between 2.2 and 6.8 but ain't sure.


Later

cadman1275
01-21-2009, 11:17 PM
Get your gun and ammo back out and give this testing a try for your tuner.

ADJUSTING YOUR TUNER “The Hopewell Method”

1. Set your tuner to “0” and fire two shots.
Turn tuner one complete revolution (25 clicks) and fire two shots, continue this until you reach “100”. You now have a 10 shot group, all shot at the same POA.

2. Repeat step one from “100” to “200”

3. Repeat Step one from “200” to “300”
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4. Repeat Step one from “300” to “400”

5. Repeat Step one from “400” to “500”. You now have five 10-shot groups.
One of the 10-shot groups will show the smallest vertical stringing. You should have used only 50 rounds so far.

Let's say that you find that the “200” to “300” group shows the least vertical stringing.

6. Starting at “200”, shoot 2 five shot groups. Shift to a different POA for each group.

7. Repeat at “225”, “250”, “275” and “300”

8. One of these settings will show a decrease in group size.

Example: “250” showed the smallest group.

9. Now, start at “245” and shoot a five shot group at 245, 247, 249, 251, 253 and 255.
You will locate the “sweet” spot of your rifle barrel.

10. If you have any doubts, start over at Step #6, and redo the testing.
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HovisKM
01-22-2009, 09:43 AM
What type of ammo are you using?

Hovis

rusty dog
01-24-2009, 03:51 PM
I went out to day it was cold out i set the tunter on o,o and o,2 it shoot very good at 50 yd i shoot MIDAS L I would like to thank all of you foe your help
BIIL T