Not easy - we are now shooting at a full running speed. Targets are 10" balloons at 100 yards - we put five on a backboard and must break them in a sequence. After 30 shots I had broke one balloon - but truth is it was not the one I was aiming at. This sucker is humbling. Almost 20 hours on the system now, several shooters and calibers. In excess of 525 rounds of centerfire - we are starting with the target moving at a walk, then slowly speeding up until we are now at a speed that is as fast as most guys can run (only 60% on the speed dial). Most shooting has been offhand or from Harris's. Have the machinery running very smoothly now, time to start figuring out lead data. Will start shooting "moving groups", firing at an aiming mark and catching all shots on fresh cardboard. This is about as hard to get competent with as hitting steel plates at 700 yards in a fishtail wind.