So I just got back from testing some more loads and getting a bit more trigger time with my new LRP. I have been to the range a lot in the last week or so, and I have noticed a trend. THE LEAD SLED, I personally do not understand the lead sled. Guys strap their pencil thin barreled factory files into this thing, putting pressure down on the barrel and proceed to fire an entire box of ammo as fast as they can spot their hits at 100 yards. All the time their buddy calling out to them "oh that was close move it up, move it left". Then when they have achieved the magic 1MOA grouping they pack it up and leave. Then another guy unpacks his stuff and starts it again. This guy doesn't get it either "it was zeroed the last time I Shot it" I must have heard it 3 times in the 2 hours I was there. I just want to scream and tell them what the heck are you doing man, but then I look like a know it all jerk (I only want to sound like that here). I have tried a few times to offer some advice to guys when they start asking me about what I am doing. They always seam offended, but hay they asked right. So I really don't understand how they think the lead sled is helping them. I know not my business right, but they are shooting at the same deer I am and most likely not very well. It gives us a bad name when Bambi runs out to the school yard riddled with bullets. So I ranted a bit, when your at the range do you try and help guys out? Do they ever listen? Do you see the lead sled in your area.