I, as you all know have recently been bitten by the gun bug. Everything I own is less than 5 months old, to include a Savage Arms LE .308 with a 20" heavy barrel and a folding Choate stock. For glass I choose the Super Sniper 10x42 and to hold it up a Harris SLM 6-9 bi-pod. Now let's bounce back a few years and its safe to say a few :wink: . I have always been taught how to shoot with an M16 and their variations. I have used iron sights for over 19 years and very comfortable with them out to 300m. However, with a scope I am having some issues, thus the root of the story. I zero at 25m, with a .25 MOA move out 100m and adjust, but still shoot decent; move me out to 200m and I can't hit the broad side of a barn. I was tearing up my 200m targets with M&P15A with a Aimpoint 3xMag, but still, when I have a precision rifle you would think I could do better. I simply do not understand what I am doing wrong. Savage is famous for their accuracy, but I think this weapon is seriously out shooting me, any suggestions?