So I was able to fly down to Phoenix for a work conference on the 31st and decided to come a few days early and soak up some sun and launch a few bullets. The wind was not bad. Roughly 4-7 MPH varying between 4:30 and 7:30. Running 178 AMAX's at 630, 868 and 1005 yards. After running the numbers in the calculator I set up at 630 yards and drilled the paper with perfect windage and a tad low. I didnt waste much time there and just went to 1K (out of my comfort zone a bit) and set up. The first shot was a tad low and a tad right. The next few rounds found perfect elevation where one was within the grid target, one was touching and the other was a tad left off of the paper. Then I drove to a random spot to set up for a whatever range shot. This was 868 yards. I screwed up on the wind on the 1st shot and put the 1st round off of the paper but 2 and 3 where in the kill zone and a tad high. Still well within the kill zone. After that shot I went back to 1005 yards and paying a bit closer attention to the wind put 2 bullets just off the paper to the left. I was able to spot my own shots and see that these went right through where the crosshairs were, I centered my reticle up and was able to lay down a .4375 MOA 3 shot group. Not bad for a guy who has only been able to shoot up to 750 yards the last few years.