So I went out Saturday and fired my new RRA .458 SOCOM for the first time. CorBon Hunter 300 grain jacketed hollow points. Using Harris Bipod and shooting from a table and sitting in a chair. I am using a 4-16 x 44 mm scope. Every shot, I felt confident and squeezed the trigger. I had a very stable shooting base. Started a 25 yards and shot 4" due right of bullseye. I made adjustments. Next shot 3" right. Made adjustments. Next shot 1" right Made adjustments. Next two shots - holes were touching in the bullseye. Moved to 75 yards. First shot - missed the target Next shot - 11:00 oclock edge of the paper - 4" from bullseye. Moved back to 50 yards Made adjustments - See attachment. Shots 1 - 4 were within 2" of each other. Shot 5 was was 3.5 " high. Because thesse rounds are soooo expensive, I didn't want to even try a 100 yard shot. Although I can zoom in and see the bullseye just fine at that yardage. Should I expect better grouping from this rifle. I mean I get better grouping from my Remington 870 with a red dot scope at 100 yards shooting solid copper sabots out of my rifled barrel. Thanks!