I had swapped scopes with the Rolling Block .22 Hornet, so needed to sight in the 700 again. First time using the Caldwell Lead Sled Plus, discovered that only one of the 25lb barbell weights would fit under the frame tube. Turned out that 25lb is enough to tame the .270 Winchester. Also, because the parking area is about 70 yards from the 100 yard benches, 25 lb is enough anyway. First, two rounds at 25 yards, 3 rounds at 50 yards, then to the 100 yard range. 3 rounds 3" low and 1" left, then 3 rounds in the bullseye, about 1.5" center-to-center spread. Good enough for the girls I go with. The barrel had got pretty warm, so I figured more rounds wouldn't tell me anything useful. Remington 130gr Kore-Lokt spitzer factory loads. I really like the Timney trigger I installed. Timney set it at 3lb pull, and that's about right for a hunting rifle. When I'm ready I just think bang and it goes bang. Gotta put the Ruger 77/357 on the Lead Sled, just to see how it will group with a couple home loads with my wobble out of the picture.