The 1,000 yard range near us re-paints the silhouettes and plates several times during the day and there are quite a few at each yardage but if you shoot a really good group on a clean plate there is not an inexpensive way to capture and save that. One guy out there had a camera adapter he epoxied to the camera to attach it to the spotting scope and another guy had a adapter/cover for a I-Phone that attached to his spotting scope by Meopia but I don't have a smart phone I am way too hard on my phones and don't want to keep buying high dollar replacement phones. I-Phone adapter is only $60 but phone is $400. The other one came in a $700 Vortex kit with spotting scope. Swarovsky makes and adapter that is $599. I shot a 4-shot 1-1/2" group at 750 yards and sure wanted a pic of it. Tried camera looking thru spotting scope but it was not clear. My banker shot 1-at it that is up and right and my 4- are in the center.