It's been quite a while since I have been to the range, took the 6BR and the .308 and set up a AR steel plate at 500 yards. Slung 3 rounds of Bergers VLD 95 grain on a 100 yard target to verify elevation, and settled a 5 shot group at 500 yards on the plate. A tad high, one click should fix that. I was all smiles, drove out to the plate to snap a picture and went back to the bench. Pulled out the .308 and sent 3 rounds of 165 Ballistic Tips on paper at 100, first two in the center and 3rd shot a tad right and took out 3 rounds out of the ammo box and sent the first round at the steel plate at 500 yards, and the impact ripped it off the hook and it was backwards. Seemed a couple of clicks too high, see the pencil pointed to it in the # 4 picture but happy with the performance. When I went out to pick up the plate before heading home, I found a few pieces of flattened 6mm VLD's on the ground.