Took out both my XLRs today--first time in almost a year. My 444XLR was spot on at 50 yards/100 yards--easily pulverizing orange clay birds placed out on the berms. My 35 Rem 336XLR had to be adjusted upward 3 inches---my grandson had adjusted the scope downward during a range session last June and I had forgotten to set it back. After I got that fixed--it also pulverized the clay pigeons as well. These rifles vaporized those birds even when they were double stacked.