I have owned this since '09. Never really put her through her paces other than zero and an occasional long range shot at a few 'Yotes. Missed some, hit some. That has now changed The rife consist of a stock DPMS 1st Gen LR308 with a 24" SS bull barrel(Yep, it is a heavy one) with the addition of a Geissele target trigger with a two stage pull with the last stage breaking at 8oz. The scope is a Leupold Vari-X III 6.5x20 scope. Just your run of the mill economic target rig. As is, this is the hardest rifle I have ever shot. It is not the recoil that is bothersome, but is wants to bounce all over place during it's recoil stage. Next time, I will place a scrap piece of carpet on the bench to see if that will help. With the addition of the 8oz. trigger pull you have to really concentrate on not pulling the trigger prematurely. I fired five rounds each string using a 20 rd Pmag. With the light trigger, there was no unintended double fire. Nothing to be proud of, but as I have stated, it took some time to get familiar and comfortable shooting this one. Once I settled in with this rifle, this was the results, Definitely will shoot sub MOA. with factory match ammo. Will load tune to see how smaller the groups can shrink, but by the time I shot this last group, I was seriously emotionally exhausted. So, I police up a 55 rounds of once fired M118 brass to take home and throw in the case tumbler. As with my Saint thread, so will this thread also evolve as I really get settled in with her and do some extreme range shooting later on.