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With the heat wave today (35 & Sunny) went out and sighted in a little cheap read dot I have laying around. Kept them in a 4-6" group at 100 yards which ain't to bad for these OLD eyes. After releasing the hounds I went and checked targets and noticed something laying on top of the snow, the jackets of some the rounds just fired. These went through a pallet, 1/2 or 3/4" wood, skipped once on snow and then came to rest. No lead remained, just jackets. Loads were (as I remember) 29.1 gr. H322 pushing Hornady 110 V-Max out of a Stag 16", 1 in 11 twist.