Was checking my zero at hundred yards a few days ago and went ahead and shot a 3 shot group that turned out to be 3 or 4 inches, not exactly sure of the size i didn't measure it. This was strange because it usually one holes at 100 with the bergers. so this morning I took it out to 943 yards to see how it would group there and here is what i found. The first image was a 2 shot group that went 6.5" vertical. My elevation was dead on but I was 2.5 MOA left of my target center due to the wind picking up. Also i was in the truck bed and could tell the wind was moving me around slightly. For the next group that you see in the images below I got on the ground to get more solid. Sent two shots down range, went to check and was very impressed, especially since there was a 15mph crosswind. The group went about 1/2" vertical. Yes I know they are only two shot groups, but I would rather save my ammo for the extended ranges. I'm still not sure what was going on at 100 yds though?