So, Saturday I was out and about when I stopped by the LGS. The owner and a customer were looking over an AR and talking about the red dot on it. The discussion turned to shooting a steel plate. I stood back and listened. Not long the owner of the 223 went outside and got a steel plate he had been shooting at. Now here is where my doubts took over. The plate was 3/8" thick and had over ten 3/8" holes in it. The holes were evidently from a bullet as you could see the splatter around the holes. I'm thinking he claims to have done this at 100 yards with off the shelf 223 ammo. I left a bit skepical and have yet to convince myself what he claimed was possible. Before I close, I owned many AR's and I find it difficult that his claim to be viable. This bugs me, so can someone set me straight?