I have been shooting this .223 Axis rifle and every now and then I get a flier. I probably need to weigh and neck turn my cases. Some 3 shot groups and the numbers. All shot the same day (today) just a few minutes apart. 100 yards .775" looks like a triangle. 200 yards 1.415" looks like a triangle with one about .250" farther out. 300 yards 2.990" 2 of them were 1.124" apart side by side Shot 3 high and left. 400 yards 2.113" 2 side by side .621" apart shot 3 went low and right. 500 yards 4.4" 2 straight up and down from each other .881" apart and I pulled shot 3 a tad high and right by a lot. I knew I pulled it. Shooting off the top of my car with a pair of jeans wadded up for a front bag.. no rear bag. 3 shot groups I know. All measurements are center to center. Yes MOA or better on all of them ..I think I will start neck turning to see if the fliers will go away. Can't help the ones I choke on though. I got my dope on the mil dots today. That was the entire reason to do this. 100 yard zero. -5 @ 200 yards. Down 1 mil @ 12 power. -16 @ 300 yards. Down 1 mil @ 7 power or 2 mil @ 14 power. -32.5 @ 400 yards. Down 2 mil @ 8 power -57.5 @ 500 yards. Down 4 mil @ 12 Power with the dot above the 2. so just a hair past 12. That should come in handy. I will write that down on paper, laminate it and tape it to the gun stock. Tasco scope 6-24. 55gr V-Max and H4895 powder in FC cases lit by CCI 450 primers.