This is a venerable Virginia gunshop in rural (although increasingly less so) Warrenton, Va.
Behind the store they operate a pistol-rifle-shotgun range, with rifle targets at 25, 50 and 100 yards.
This is the first five shots from the Kimber .22 at 25 yards. Ug-LEEE!
And after walking the shots in, here is the final group.
But to get that result, I had to dial the rear peep-sight all the way to the right, 54 clicks! And 42 clicks down. Something's wrong there. Obviously I need to learn how to use peep sights. I did have the foresight to keep track of how many clicks I turned, so that I could return the sight to center.
The AR-15 with the scope and the bull barrel came along, too. Here's a 100-yard group. The aiming point was the bullseye in the upper left! So the group center was 5.4" to the right and 2.9" low. My plan is to put 0.010" eccentric inserts into the front and rear scope rings, to shove the scope to the right. Just for curiosity’s sake. Before I touch the scope turrets.