Not bad for an old lady with pins holding her shooting shoulder together, an arm that won't straighten due to arthritis/bone spurs, and torn triceps in the arm that supports a rifle. I've had to drop calibers, it's not looking like I'll ever make it back to the woods with my "baby" (an old 30-06 that I've dropped too many deer to count with). BUT... I'm managing about a 2" circle at 100 yards with two different 270's and about 3" with a .308. We're going to the range at least once a week so I can take a few shots & work on consistency. The initial shoulder surgery caused me to have one heckuva flinch that's given me fits over the past several years... The gun stock literally sits right on top of the incision scar... Combine that with a pretty spectacular scope failure (and my family trying to convince me that the problem was me instead of the scope) and it really screwed up my confidence. I'm still having to fight it somewhat even with the lower calibers but it's easier every time we go out. I have to use a pretty substantial rest to support the gun for me - that left arm just can't hold anything now (thanks to the European hornet incident some of you may remember) - but it's working. Now to build a blind with a strong enough rest built in for me to use while hunting. Being able to heat with a Buddy Heater will help combat "ol' Arthur" too! Fingers crossed that this gets me back in the woods this fall - it's been too long!!!