Being a huge fan of the .22-250 I recently aquired a Savage model 112 heavy barreled varminter and mounted a Zeiss Conquest 6.5-20x50 AO MC, RAPID-Z Varmint Ballistic scope and sighted it in at 200 yards using factory Remington 55gr SP's. Wind speed was under 4mph, relative humidity was 54% and temps were around 73 degrees. I was able to dial it in to print sub 1/2" 5 shot groupings consistantly at the 200 yard range. I figured it was time to go further out so we lasered out a distance of 440 yards and made the nessesary elevation adjustments. Firing from the Caldwell Lead sled I was able to dial it in to replicate the 1/2" groupings like the previous 200 yard line with only three shots. It performed flawlessly. After a thourough bore cleaning we then lasered out 625 yards and again added more elevation adjustment clicks to get it on the 10 ring. After shooting 4 shots I was able to get it to hit on center and began printing sets of sub 2" 5 shot groups at 625 yards! This is the farthest consistant string of 2" groups I have ever performed with any varmint rifle! My shooting partner was so impressed that he began searching out a Savage varminter for himself! I am very pleased with this rifle/scope combo and can't wait to put it to use in the field on roosting crows.