Actually, Iâ€™ve never shot at those distances with a scoped rifle either, but I digress. Iâ€™d been looking around for someplace to shoot past 100 yds for a few weeks. Today I visited, and joined, a gun and archery club thatâ€™s about an hour and a half (one-way) away. I wish it was closer, but the distance is doable, and the membership dues are very reasonable. The rifle range has a covered shooting line with 16 tables and target stands at 50, 100, 200, 300, and 400 yds. (I didnâ€™t include the 50 yd target stands in the photo. And, the photo isnâ€™t to scale.) I was shooting Wolf Polyformance steel-cased ammunition out of a PTR 91, GI model. And, except for one 100 yd target, I did all of the shooting off of a table, using my ammo box and tube sock filled with airsoft bbs as a gun rest. I â€œwarmed-upâ€ with 10 shots at a Shoot-N-C target at 200 yds. This was only the second time Iâ€™ve ever shot at this distance. (The coin is a dime.) The red circle is actually around two target stands. The Shoot-N-C was on one stand, and a green silhouette was on the other. Then I fired 10 rounds at a green silhouette at 200 yds also. Next, I fired my first shots (10) ever at 300 yds. And then I followed that up with my first 10 rounds ever at 400 yds. I even got a few hits on the steel silhouette at 400 yds. (We wonâ€™t talk about how many rounds I had to fire.) Then, I came back to the Shoot-N-C at 200 yds. I was trying for a 6:00 hold on the orange bulls-eye. Iâ€™m assuming that the other five shots were under the target. And my last 10 shots were at 100 yds. I was standing and using my sling. It wasnâ€™t snap-shooting, but it was quick. (There wasnâ€™t a target on the stand in the circle when I took the photo; however, that is where I put the target.) I think Iâ€™ll be getting my moneyâ€™s worth out of this membership.