Sorry not to put this in reloading, but no one goes there, so here it is. 25f today, 40.2 of Varget with 168gr Custom Comp. I didn't work on this load, but it shot a 1in. 3 shot before. There are 10 shots, two off to the left of the pic to correct the scope, I made an adjustment to get on target. I use CCI primers and the brass is once fired LC nato, I did weigh them and sorted and was careful with the powder. Not sure what the outliers were, but some had very hard neck tension. I aimed well on each, and had a return to the tight pattern, so it wasn't the barrel. Again, I string a little, but my SCAR really like the Varget. The crappy BSA scope is still strong and it was 10 degrees warmer today. I think 6 at MOA show this is a very good shooting rifle.