With the temperatures dipping down into the 80s, I decided to go back out to the range with my C308 rifle. It had been 48 days since I last got to shoot it; 65 days since I shot it using just the iron sights. I was shooting PPU ammunition. I printed off a few Army Qualification Test (AQT) targets on 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper. At this scale, the target is supposed to represent the full-size target at the following distances: 25 yds = 100 yds; 50 yds = 200 yds; 75 yds = 300 yds; 100 yds = 400 yds. And, for those who might be curious, the 3 silhouette is 8 1/4 inches wide by 7 5/8 inches tall; the 4 silhouette is 6 1/4 by 4 1/8; the 5 silhouette is 4 1/4 by 3 1/16; and, the V circle has a 1 1/4 inch diameter. I shot the first target while standing and the rest of the targets while sitting, using a gun rest on a table. I fired 10 shots at each target, but did not check my hits until after the last shot. I scored 47 out of 50 on the 25/100 yd target (photo 1). I scored 26 out of 50 on the 50/200 yd target (photo 2). It was my tightest group, but I apparently got a three inch rise going from 25 to 50 yds?! (If I could move that group down, I would have scored 47 out of 50 again.) I scored 37 out of 50 on the 75/300 yd target (photo 3), and 20 out of 50 on the 100/400 yd target (photo 4).