ah well you cant see the 450 yard shots i am making here, but my 38$ scope was right on i put on the saiga a few weeks ago as i was in utah firing up the mountain side LOL 1st round was a wolf 145 gr followed up by 155 gr amax with wc 844 military powder 39.75 grains i hand loadedin the brass case
the clouds took some time to bring light on the hill i was shooing at u see ,
btw i couldnt see much diffrence in the amax 155 grains and the wolf 145 grains the first shot was right on .. i did ajust the scope off video before the shooting, i think me and the stick was moving back~~ and forth sideways a little to side making the rounds driff off a foot or two , but it was the stick and me shaking not the scope that was the issue.
because i been around the area scouted it out and nobody is here never see a soul, its way off the grid and the open area i was shooting at was soft dirt 40 foot at least in size and i am a great shot.
if u dont practice in a live enviorment roll around in the dirt mud flys shooting between trees bushes in the desert harsh wind dust in the heat in the snow like i do, when the sh*t hits that fan you wont be unable to hit your 2 legged eniemy targets
a totally controled range wont do the trick