Lovely thing. Few days back hit the outdoor range and the guy with the .357 Mag one was there trying out some loads, in specific
Hornady FTX 140-grain bullet over AA#9 powder, and
Speer Gold Dot 135-grain hollowpoints over 2400.
Get this: at 100 yards, the FTX loads were giving 1.5-2" groups.
The GD load were giving 2-2.25" groups.
With it zeroed so the FTX loads were dead-on, the GD loads hit 8" above POA; I'd love to know what the velocities are on both of them.
He also shot at 50 yards; the FTX were dead-on(I'm guessing 2-3" high at 75), and the GD loads were 4" high.
The problem: he hasn't been able to find any of those bullets for months, so until he does, now that it's zeroed, no more shooting with the ones he has.
I restate: love to have one of these in .30-30.