Hey guys I just had to share this crazy small vertical I shot this morning at ""1000Y"" with my 6mmBR - as witnessed by two of my shooting buddy's, Steve and Mark. I know it's almost unbelievable but that is a mag full consisting of 10 shots. The big group has 4 or 5 shots in it, I'll get back to that soon. The high one is about 4" above and the rest are into 1.3" vertical, for 9 shots!!! So if you look closely there are two holes from my 30 caliber that got poked through this AR400 steel at 200Y many years ago. Those holes just happen to be close to where the larger group of hits from my 6mmBR are. The reason I said 4 or 5 hits is because I didn't hear one of the shots hit the steel. If you look closely at the 10 oclock position on the higher and right-er poked hole there is a graze on the edge of it, at least I think it is, and I'm going to give myself the benefit of the doubt, This was shot at around 50 degrees in a half value wind of 1-4 mph with a DA of 6000. Shot prone from the bed of my truck off the LRI bipod and Traid tactical rear bag. Mausingfield action, Shilen select match prefit, Bighorn barrel nut, TT diamond trigger set at 10oz, GRI Bolthorn chassis, S&B 5-25x56 PM2 in ARC rings. Edit - load is 30.4 grains of Varget, CCI450 primer, Lapua brass, 105gr Berger hybrid about .030"off lands. 2906 fps One of the luckiest shooting days I've ever had! Thank you Steve for inviting me along today!