I AM NOT A HIGHLY SKILLED RIFLEMAN, NOR DO I PLAY ONE ON T.V. The snow has finally melted and the temps are above average so I thought I'd take my rifle to the range for the first time since late September. This may not be the right place to post this but I'm trying to make a point about the accuracy of different types of ammo in like calibers. So, here goes: All shots were from my Savage Model 12 BVSS, bipod, shot from seated position at the bench. Todays weather: seventy degrees with 5-10 mph winds. 100 yards Cold bore, four rounds of .223 Remington bulk ammo. This is my second 100 yard group of four rounds of some Georgia Arms percision rifle ammo from the gun show: 60gr V Max bullets. Uh, one kinda got away from me. Things seemed to be going well so I tried another group of the above mentioned loads again at 100yards: So now things are really going well, at least at my modest skill level. I decided to move out to 200yrds with these 60gr V Max rounds: [/IMG] Ok, all that to say this. My Savage really seems to like these heavier 60gr V Max loads. The only problem is I don't know what kind of powder or how many grains! All the box tells me is bullet type and 3100fps. The next gun show I'll try to ask the Georgia Arms guys, I'd really like to make some of these loads up. Although come to think of it, a box of fifty was only $29!