One of the guys from SH took me out to the Cascade Rifle and Pistol Club today for some shooting. This place is huge, and there are a bunch of different ranges. The 200-600 yard range was empty, which is apparently the norm there. So, we set up at 200, shot for a while, including my 10/22 which is amazingly accurate at 200 yards. Then we moved to 300 yards for some fun. A guy came and shot with us for a few minutes on the 300 yard line, and it turned out he was a club director, and he asked us if we wanted to get certified to shoot on the 600 yard line (they make you do this since you shoot over the 200 yard shelter and they don't want holes in the building.) We gathered all our stuff and headed off to the 600 yard line and we both nailed our certification. All these pics were taken with my iPhone, so excuse the quality. On the 200 yard line. 200 yards, through the scope. Paint balls explode when you shoot them. On the 300 yard line. I only had 5 rounds of .223AI left by the time we got to the 300 yard line (I had a bunch of my .223 fireforming loads still), and it took 3 to get it figured out. The third of the 5 rounds is the one at the bottom edge of the target. I clicked it up a few more clicks and fired off the last 2. Not a bad 2 shot group for 300 yards. Once I ran out of .223AI I kept shooting the .223 brass I was fireforming (still using 75gr A-Max). I shot the 600 yard qualifier with my standard 75gr A-Max .223 loads. Here we are setting up our stuff on the 600 yard line.