Ok. So with lots of threads on scope checking I think about it more when I go to the range. Yesterday we had our monthly silhouette varmint match. 50 targets, 200 to 600 yards. 2 relays and drive downrange to set up targets so it takes 2+ hours. Yesterday it was windy and we had a Santa Ana shifting from right to left to right again. So the turrets were worked out quite a bit. quite a few rounds downrange. The top 2 rows are sighting in with a new bullet/load. Then I shot the match. Left side of 2nd row is confirmation that the scope came back to zero after the match. right side of second row was 3 shot group from cool barrel 30 minutes later. I know this test doesn't guarantee that the scope is perfect but it is more than I usually do--put the rifle back in the case until next trip. The scope is a NF Comp. Rifle is a 6xc. BTW, the combination won the match with 47 targets down. 3 tied for second with 46. Top 4 finishers were 3x NF comp and 1x Tangent theta. And someone left this behind. I didn't like their 30 cal shot to the ear so I put one in the forehead, just for fun. Die badguy.