I've posted here before with questions about a scope tracking checker. I understand it is more accurate then doing a tall target test but I currently don't have the extra coin to pick one up yet. So in the mean time I decided to work with what I had. Got a Nightforce ATACR 5-25x56 F1 MilR on a RPR 6.5Creedmoor (go ahead pile on) factory barrel, Pic rail level. Shooting off a bipod and rear bag in the prone. Handloads: Nosler 1x fired brass, Berger 140VLD, H4350 with39.0 grains, COL 2.780, neck tension .003. On a good day i can shoot below 1/2" moa bad day right at an inch. Most of the time im hovering right around 3/4moa. Bottom colored in black dot was the aimpoint, fired at 100 yards. Goes left and right 10-3/4" vertical was 18.0" and 36.0". Used a level to hang the target and confirmed it was still level at the very end. Shot 4 shot groups with a about a minute gap inbetween each round. The took a 10 minute break marked the target and continued on. Barrel never got hot, luke warm at most just by feel. I probably went a bit out of order with some of the shot. With all that said can any conclusions be drawn about my scopes tracking or are my groups just not tight enough to get a realistic idea?