It does shoot good. I usually have my big game rifle(s) set 3-3.25" high at 100yds. According to testing that I have done and JBM this is spot on for a 300yd zero.
I put two red dots on the target, these are my point of aim (POA). Doing it this way saves me a little walking and lets me verify the zeros of more than one rifle. I can concentrate on the POA and let the bullets land where they will and this way they don't mess up my aiming point. When my non-shooting friends or work buddies see my shot groups they never say nice groups, they always ask where was I aiming and then invariable say "you missed". I just give them a look that I hope they know means "I refuse to have a Battle of the Minds with an unarmed man".