Finally got a chance to break-in and sight-in my Prohunter Stainless 7mm Rem Mag. A pain in the butt, but a joy as well. Decided the first shots would be mostly a waste, so I went with inexpensive Maine Cartridge Company 139 gr Hornady BTSP. I wanted them 2.4 inches high at 100 yards, and it took 17 rounds to get them there. The last adjustment put rounds 15, 16, and 17 in a neat little 3/4 inch triangular group right where I wanted them, so I quit for the day. The rifle has a 24 inch barrel, and has a Bushnell Elite 4200 2.5-10X50 Firefly reticle scope,which is a heavy duplex glow in the dark reticle. With that big fat reticle I doubt I will ever get 1/2 inch groups, but that scope is about shooting deer, not paper. I have the rifle fitted with a Limbsaver slip -on recoil pad (I am a recoil wimp). With 3 rounds in the magazine it weighs 10 pounds, and kicks less than my Ruger 270. Now that I know it will shoot from the bench, I plan to put in a lot of rounds from realistic hunting positions before the season begins. I will also try some premium ammunition, but that Maine Cartridge Company stuff looks hard to beat, and I know from experience that the Hornady BTSP bullet they use is a great performer on deer.