Doing a bit of a winter scope swap on several of my rifles meant I finally was able to break away to the range for the first time for about 4 hours to get them all sighted in from the 25 yard bore sight to finally out to the 200 yard zeros.
My Kimber .308 grouped well out at 200 yards, but with only $14 a box PMC 147 grn ammo for the Kimber this time out I was happy with the 2.5" groups at 200 and I will fine tune with some federal premium stuff next time out. Given what I have seen out of this rifle before I know a higher quality diet will no doubt have it shooting better than ever.
Here was the Ruger 338 at 200 yards w/ Core Lokt's (don't mind the .243 hole in the bullseye of every pic after I got that little gun dialed I felt it was my duty to tag each bulls eye with it)
My new Remington 700 XCR in 375 H&H got sighted in at 100 yards and 200 yards with some 270 grn Core Lokts before swapping over to the Barnes 300 Triple Shocks (which is what I plan to feed it from here on out). The pic below is the first 3 shots out of the gate at 200 yards with Barne's Triple Shocks. 3 clicks up on the elevation after this sequence and it was tighter than this group and dancing around that red dot.