My new (to me) T3 .308 has been sitting in the cabinet since about October after my FAC landing the month before. Eventually got round to mounting my scope and got a bipod off here which arrived Friday so finally everything was in place to see if it was a shooter thanks to a generous offer to help with some ground and assistance to get it zeroed in.
No range finder so this was at a paced distance of 100 yards and shots taken prone off the bipod and a scrunched up rucksack operating as a rear bag but I'm more than happy with the outcome. Took a few shots to get it on the paper and then some fine tuning but looks like I'll not be able to blame the gun.
The shots on the middle target show the markers for the last 2 adjusments for windage and height and then a final group of 4. I think I need to have another session once I can get hands on a rangefinder... I've looked at the MPBR calculation for the ammo I'm using (Federal 150g SP) and think I need to be a touch higher at 100 yards in order to get a useable MPBR out to about 200.