This may look like my first post but isn't. I had signed up back in the 'lost days'. I have been tinkering with a new TALO ltd 35 for the last couple of months. Over that time I gathered up Rem, Fed, and Win ammo and ran about 250 rounds thru it. My eyes are old and couldn't handle the factory sights so I went with a Leupold 2.5x compact. It helped the accuracy but I just couldn't stand the carbine with it on it so off it came and was replaced with XS ghost rings which I have used on several other rifles. With that ammo and my eyes I was shooting about 4 inches at 100 yards. Got some new Hornady ammo and went to the range during recent cold weather. The Hornady ammo immediately cut the group size in half as long as the barrel was cool. The bullet looked much like the 200 Hornady I like in my 358 (except for the red tip) so this looks like my SE Oklahoma whitetail load. Lots of time for more tuning of the 35 before 2006 deer season. Maybe a hog???