My .270 T/C Venture really surprised me today, this group is from 218 yards. I'm shooting cheapo Federal ammo WM270B (because it is always available at WM) and this stuff grouped really well. I would have loved to stay and try somemore but the wind really started whipping. I had about 7" of wind drift as it was and it made it hard to keep the rifle steady on the target. I don't think I could ask for more out of any inexpensive gun, cheap scope and cheap ammo. I'm pleased with sub MOA like this!
I know this isn't archery related but deer gun starts tomorrow so I took out the guns and checked the sights. Good thing too because my guns were in their (soft) cases stacked against the wall and the next thing I know I hear them hitting the ground. I suspect a certain nuisance cat I have rubbed against the cases and they fell over. I had to tweak both scopes some so I am really glad I went out and checked them. Ignore the holes closest to the bull, that was my .243 I had shot earlier.