Yeah, the Ft. Lewis one was available to the public at one time. Not sure what happened there. I'd love to try a range that had paper all the way out to 1000 yards like an F Class competition range. We can't really tell what kind of groups were getting with the metal targets since there are a number of people shooting and you loose track of the paint that was taken off. About all you can tell is that your windage and elevation are in the ball park. 6 inches at 600 yards is competitive level. I doubt very much that we are close to that. All we know is that we can hit the metal buffalo at 500 yards so consistently that it becomes too easy. We can hit the gong at 700 yards consistently enough. Beyond that distance, wind, load consistency and shooting technique start separating the men from the boys and even though we can hit the gong at 1000 yards we can't do it consistently enough especially when there is variable wind. And when we do I'm sure that our groups are not something that would impress anyone. Were still using factory ammo at this point so this is more long distance plinking than any kind of serious long distance shooting. It is fun though.