That is a nice rifle and you will have no problems drilling a target at 100-200 yards. With the right ammunition it should group 1/2 inches or less at 100 yards from a rest on the bags or what is referred to as 1/2 MOA or less. Which would mean a 1 inch group at 200 depending upon the wind effect.
If you want some good ammunition to practice with get some American Eagle, Black Hills or Hornady in 55 Grain *FMJ 223 ammunition. It shoots similar to the tactical rounds I will mention in a moment. If you want some great accurate tactical ammunition look at the Federal Premium Model P-223-E 55 Grain JHP Rounds. Hornady and Black Hills are also excellent tactical rounds as well as the 55 gr. Federal Tactical. But what ever you buy be sure it is no heavier bullet than 55 grain with the 1:12 twist. It will not stabilize any heavier bullets well over 55 grain.
Give us a range report and enjoy that new rifle!
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