I finally had some time off on a nice, sunny day with now wind, and got out with the T3 Lite in 7mm-08 which replaced my T3 SS .30-06 ( a very accurate rifle ). I had shot this 7mm-08 with a target scope at 12x, and the factory 140-gr Rem Core Lock and Winchester shot all 5 overlapping. So did the Hornady 139-gr.
My plan was to mount a Burris Fullfield E1 or FFII ballistic plex, both of them 2-7x35mm, to keep it light.
Before I did that, I decided to try even lighter, a Hawke 4x32 Mil Dot like the one on my .22 LR.
Same small groups, shooting 2 of each brand into a 6-shot group of 0.85 inches.
I shot with the dots to see what the actual MOA was at 100 yards, then moved the zero to +1.5 inches at 100 yards. No use shooting any handloads or heavier bullets, yet, as I may still put on one of the Burris scopes. But right now, I am taking it deer hunting in some very rugged mountains, where I can look at some long distances, use it at dawn and dusk, and see how it does plinking into a hillside at 200 and 300 yards with the dots on my friend's 600 yard range behind his cabin.