Got out shooting last weekend and shot a 1/2 MOA 5-shot group from 704yds. The three in the middle are in under 1". I honestly think the rifle could do better than 1/2 MOA, although I can't imagine shooting a 5-shot group nearly as small as the three in the middle. I think the three in the center show that better groups are possible (I have no idea what order the shots were fired in). When I brought the target back my dad was impressed although he believes the three in the x-ring are complete luck. I first shot a clay pigeon, then hit a small rock (not much larger than an egg) and then shot five into the target. My dad hung the target over the reloading bench, and has been making copies and faxing it to just about everyone he knows.
I also hit 4 clay pigeons in a row from 1037yds. Rick Beginsky told me he tagged 7 in a row from 1000yds (I wonder if there's an exchange rate between my bi-pod and his bench rest?). I doubt if I'll match him. Needless to say I love my 7wsm, If you have one I'd highly recommend trying out my load (it's a hot one so work up). I've got a video up on youtube shooting clay pigeons and eggs although the video quality is poor so not too much can be seen. I'll try to get some footage of the WSM doing its thing on the next video. Here's the link...
YouTube - Long Range Shooting No.2
You'll notice from these pics I swaped stocks from my 308 and WSM. I like the "prarie dog special" better for prone shooting.
The white rocks in the clear-cut are 704yds away.
Looking out to 1037yds
You'll Notice my palm pilot in this pic... It's got the Nightforce X-ball. It's a great program in my opinion.