Got out to shoot a bit today. Did some steel shooting with the Creedmore at 400 yds and put a few more rounds through my Howa mini 6.5 Grendel. The wind was being a bit contrary today coming out of the northeast at 8 to 10 mph, and then gusting up to fifteen and more at times. Our range shoots north. Decided to play with the .22 for a bit. Started at 50 to verify the scope since I had not shot it since we moved, and worked it out to 100. Wasn’t my best shooting but was staying within 1.5 inches at 100, so I thought it would be fun to shoot the steel chicken silhouette that sits at 155. That is when it got fun trying to comp for the wind and range. Wish I could say I did real good, but I would say the best I did was about fifty/fifty, but it was a load of fun. Should have brought more ammo...