making correction with the scatt during live fire

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I know how to make corrections during dry fire, but I'm now sure what to do during live fire. When I make a shot the scatt calls the shot a 10.8, but the shot was actually is low 9. I tried making the correction as a 9. but that just made things worst.
 
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normally you have to adjust the first shot on Scatt to the real shot and after that they should be same. Some .10th of the score are always different because of measurement differences.
At live fire there is another option to set up, this is the F-coeffizient as far as i know??
With my Scatt basic it works like i have written above because it has no F-coefficient.
As you can see in tne picture, the main group seems to be same but the scorings are different because Scatt is a bit to high.
Scatt-E-Target-compare.png
 
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ramon@olympicpistol.com
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Move the shot half the way in the direction of where it should be.
When you adjust the zero in your gun it is not taken into account by the software.
 
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Thanks for the information
 
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