Went out this afternoon to see if I could put three rounds in close proximity at 100 yards or so. That's the distance from my "new" blind to where the deer feed at the deer block I've dropped off.
It may look like more, but there's only three rounds fired in the picture.
Savage model 111 in .270, shooting Remington Core-Lokt 150 grain bullets.
What was really neat was taking a short pause checking out the targets. I get back into the blind and a young buck (maybe 1 1/2 years - small 4 point) walks out with two of his does as I'm loading another round into the .270. Had to hold off on my target practice until they wandered off to the neighbor's property.
At least it looks like I can hit the broad side of a barn.