So there I was, shooting my 222 Remington. 100 yards. I was shooting Nosler 40 grain tipped, flat base Varmageddon bullets. I was shooting 3 groups on 3 different targets, which were 1” diameter orange spots. Groups were about .6 to .7 inch. My last shot never struck the target. Bi pod, rear bag, very stable platform and the shot broke with nearly perfect scope picture, 1/8 MOA dot reticle right on the center of that orange spot. It did not make a hole in the target. Anywhere. The orange spot is about 6” from the edge of the paper so it's hard to think it missed the point of aim by more than 6 inches, when all previous rounds had hit their respective points of aim within well under an inch. It registered on the chronograph so it did exit the muzzle. 3,254 fps. 12 twist so that comes out to 195,240 rpm. It shouldn't have come apart. It was my last shot literally, I had fired all my rounds and had no more to try and see if, for example, my scope had failed internally. It seems whenever I go to the range I come home with more questions than answers sometimes!