I just put a Leupold VX-III 2.5-8x32 scope on my S&W 460XVR. I took it the indoor range to macro adjust the scope. The range is only 25 yards but I got the scope adjusted so I was getting everything inside a four inch circle. Next step will be to go to the outdoor range and fine tune the scope for 100 yards. What kind of long distance results can a person reasonably expect with practice? Smith & Wesson billed this gun as able to take a deer at 200 yards with no holdover emphasizing its flat trajectory (200 grain bullet @ 2300 fps). That seems a little ambitous to me. I was thinking I would be pretty happy if at 100 yards I could put all my shots inside a circle the size of a paper plate. Once I can do that consistently I would try the same thing at 125 yards. I think the ultimate goal would be to put all rounds inside the paper plate circle at 150 yards. Does that seem like a reasonable goal? Any helpful tips?