I haven't shot my 40-X set up for silhouette competitively in a couple years. Thinking I might try it this weekend if I can get the various distances zeroed. I noticed that once I got it fine tuned at 40 meters it put the last three through the same hole. Adjusted the 6.5-20 Leupold EFR up 8 clicks (at 60 meters) and it took 4 shots around the edge of the 3/4" aiming sticker before it began putting shots together. Adjusted 10 clicks for 75 meters and it did the same thing. The thumbnail shows what it looked like at 75. It's a CMP 40-X with a Hart sporter barrel, a homemade stock, Jewell bottom safety trigger (set at just a hair over 2 lbs), shooting SK Rifle Match ammo. The front rest for this test was my Bald Eagle and a Shooter's Ridge rear. I'm thinking the scope is taking several shots to "settle" after each adjustment. I might not miss pigs and rams while it's settling, but turkeys are definitely going to be compromised and maybe chickens. I've got a twin to this scope on a 1710. If I had the time I should run them side by side to compare.