I'll state some facts, you be the judge and offer some improvements, experiences and techniques assoiated with both methods. Many people I'm sure could benifit from your detailed explanation here of "How I do this for maximum accuracy". I have always had a question that bugged me about the spotter systems accuracy potential, with all due respect to you gents who use it, as opposed to known drop data for ones gun. The nagging fact that a sighter shot fired is "not" always impacting at the center of a would be group and could likely be to the extreme edge, lets say all the way high. You now dial the retical over to the impact from the original aimpoint, move to the animal and hold on center mass. The bullet impacts the dirt just over the animals back because you rezeroed on a "high" impact and the bullet went "high" again, an obviously likely scenario. This would apply to "double" low, rt, or lt shots also. In this case, the fellow that knows his drops well and dials or uses an R2 to "center" his group accuratly and accordingly has the potential advantage of cutting that shot dispersion in half. You see, if the guns potential "guaranteed" is 1 moa and you are taking an animal at 1500 yards the the "FRH" guy will maintain under a 16" group, or hit within this circle. On the other hand the "SRM" guy may take a spotter shot that impacts high in a would be 16" group, or 8" higher than the normal center. He then moves to his target and fires a subsequent 8" high shot... but now this high shot is "added to the 8" high sighter shot he zeroed to. Because this IS now his zero, an impact a total of 16" above the "ACTUAL" 1500 yard zero is the result. This is the benifit of the doubt too, he will likely have error that adds several inches that could "Stack" on top of this too because a spotter round can't be measured to the "inch" just seing the impact in bigeyes. I would venture to say a +- 3-5 inches is as accurate as one can get watching impacts at over 1000 yds in dirt, stumps, rocks etc. Do you see the advantage to the FRH guy considering this "Stacking" of errors that MUST be accounted for using the SRM? The only way I see the SRM being equal and in some cases superior is when multiple spotter shots are fired to obtain a "center" of group to dial to... This is of course in a no wind apples to apples comparison of course. Would someone like to address these issues? I'm sure noone believes that a kill shot will "exactly" follow a sighter at long range and these are serious problems only associated with this method that begggg for logical answers. If we could have the ones who use this method give us their secrets and some guidence to make the most of this method when we have opportunity to use it. If you use the FRH method lets hear from you on it if you would, limitations, reasons, how to... tell your whole story guys. If you feel your gun is "guarenteed" more accurate than this examples 1 moa then by all means explain using your data. Let's hear how you do it... Thanks guys.