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I am combining dry fire and live shots to keep a check on it. I found it was recording a 9 as a 7 etc it was still fairly accurate with clock face placement but not with group spread.

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Hello there,

First of all, what SCATT model/software are we talking about?
If it's not SCATT Basic, then this has to do with you practicing with a default F-coefficient/Ballistic Ratio rather than with a Coefficient that fits your gun/setup

Here is an extensive guide on this subject I've posted in other thread. Hope this helps!
 
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Hi andyB,
it is worth mentioning that Scatt is far more a training than a shooting or match simulation tool. It's value mostly comes from analysing the data tables and graphs, in addition to visualizing your shooting trace. Adjusting the ballistic ratio will indeed correct the shot scores but not modify the traces and graphs, which are reliable in any case.
So as long as you have your shots and groups correctly centered, which you write is the case, don't worry too much about scores rendered by your Scatt.
David
 
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Many thanks for the help so far. Just starting using Scatt as a coaching tool and working out what it tells me.
 
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