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Sighted it in at 50yds with ss195.It was all i could do to keep all shots on a 5.5" shoot-n-see target using old model aimpoint with 3 MOA dot. All shots off table using elbows no bags same for all ranges .At 100yds still flat all shots on shoot-n- see same as at 50yds.At 200yds cant see shoot-n-see targets and dot would have covered it up anyway so i used IPSC target.Its hard to tell for sure without having magnification but as far as i could see if you aimed near middle maybe just alittle higher hits no problem.Trigger and the dot being to big are now becoming a problem, but hitting a IPSC or larger target still easy enough.At 300yds bullet has dropped off alot.Again with IPSC size target i had to put the dot which again is 3MOA and now covering 9 inches, clear on top of target and hits seem to be consistent in the lower half.My conclusion is, for IPSC or minute of man size targets out to 300yds can do ,but if i use this gun at my next run and gun and they use smaller targets which we do on occasion the 200yd might be iffy and at 300yds thats going to suck.
 

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Interesting range summary. I haven't tried past 100 yards because that is as far as my range goes out to. But yea - when you have a larger MOA red dot - it does get harder at longer distances.

So far, all my 50 and 100 yard shots have been on sandbags. Next time I go out I may try some shooting at 50 yards w/o it.
 
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