Just thought I would report in with the results of my latest equipment test/accident. It was about midnight very calm and quite warm. The awp sat on top of my pickup roof with my electricians 10mm rubber mat covering the cab to protect the paint and make a reasonable surface to shoot off. I had just put it there from the ground and stood on the wheel to jump in the buck when it passed me kind of rolling off the truck roof! To my slow motion horror it hit the ground bounced a bit and continued into a ditch /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/crazy.gif There was no round chambered but the magazine was in place. When I got it out I brushed it down and it seemed to be OK. I am not sure what type of mounts these are but they are steel weaver and they seem to have done their job. Every thing seems to have survived, since then I have shot .36moa @ 100mtrs and the same at 350mtrs off the same roof at night! There seems to have been a 15mm right shift in zero @100Mtrs and that's it /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif Well done to awp ,schmidt and bender!