FINALLY got a chance to take my first precision rifle out. I put it all together and finished it about 3 months back. It's a Remington 700 AAC-SD in a Manners T3, Seekins low rings, Seekins base, IOR 2.5-10x42 illum. FFP, and Harris bipod. Ammunition was 168gr Federal Gold Medal Match. The range conditions were "less than ideal" as the row of tires you have to use to shoot through at this 100 yard range had collapsed and fell down, forcing me to stow the bipod and get VERY low to be able to have an unobstructed line of sight to the target. I feel I could have done a little better had I been able to use the bipod and a proper shooting position, but overall I'm satisfied. Also the stock trigger is garbage compared to what Savages come with, even after adjusted. Took me 3 rounds to get zeroed at 100 yards. The hole covered with the sticker isn't a flyer, but the last round fired before I was on zero and shot the group. Very pleased with the results of my little project. The thought had crossed my mind of "Oh man, I've spent almost 3000 dollars on this thing and I don't even know if it shoots. What if it shoots like shit?" Fortunately that's not the case. Near future mods are Timney trigger (What weight would be appropriate?), bolt knob, a paint job so I can be one of the cool kids, and I plan on ordering an AAC 762 suppressor some time after new years.