I bought a 500ct box of 6.5 140 Nosler RDF a while back in hopes that they were more consistent than me. I was shooting 1000 yard F/class from a Harris type bipod in a local club level class called F/tactical. The class is for open calibers, allows muzzle breaks and pretty much any PRS or varmint rifle ability to compete against like kind. Learning to shoot my 260AI at 1K was humbling to start. Shooting in the .1's at 100 is NOT the same as shooting at 1K, lol. Last weekend, at a club level match at Sacramento, third match of the day became rather windy. Steady 12-15, almost a perfect full value wind condition. I dialed in 6moa of wind with intentions of holding another minute or two as needed as a better gun driver than me shooting a 6.5x55AI told me what he had dialed.. First couple sighters were 7,8, then got into the 10 ring (unlimited sighters all matches), and proceeded to shoot good waterline 10, 10, 9, 10 X, X, 10, 10, 9, 9, 10, 5, 10, 8, 10. The bummer part about that 5 on shot 13 was everything felt great. Called it as a wide 10, narrow 9. Even worse part was it was UP WIND! I've been a sailor and have raced sailboats professionally for 20 years, I can see a wind shift. There was no let up of 4-5 moa during that string at all! The name Random Damn Flyer has struck me! Thankfully I am now competent with my rifle to know where the error came from. Bummer is that if that shot was just 4 points higher in the 9 ring, it would have put me 2 places higher in the standings! So needless to say, I'm waiting on my 500 berger 140s to arrive this next week. Good thing I'm almost out of these bullets, everything I have left will be for fireforming or shooting steel inside of 600 yards. /rant.