Well today the Idaho weather was a little better then the last couple days. Got out to the desert and the wind was blowing about 10-25mph from the Southwest, so the way I was shooting it would push my bullets to the left. 200 yards is going to be my zero so thats where I started. I had loaded some ammo that would just barely fit in my magazine and some that was real close to the lands. The rounds that were loaded close to the lands shot the best, the two loads that shot the best were 185gr bergers and 190gr bergers and then a close third were the 208gr hornady Amax. The powders I tried were Hodgdon H1000, Retumbo and Hodgdon US 869. Ok now it was real cold out there, it started to snow just as I was leaving. On the 185gr and 190gr I was shooting 5 shot groups, had a couple where the holes were touching each other. The Hodgdon US 869 was shooting very low, didn't even hit the target, I figure that was because of it being so cold?? I know that Retumbo and H1000 are on Hodgdon's extreme powder list. I also have Ramshot magnum but didn't try any of that today. Now I have to figure out if that Wyatt extended magazine is going to get me close enough to the lands to make it worth the expense. I also need to work on my breathing, thats always been the hard part for me is to control my breathing when I shoot. Also my trigger is set for 3lbs, I think I am going to try and get that down to 2lbs.