This Scout is set up as a 200-yard rifle; and not much can go wrong inside 200 yards, or can it? Since I now test everything and assume nothing, I set up two 8-inch bull's-eyes at 200 yards and discovered the following: When sighted in three inches high at 100 yards, the Noslers drop five inches below the point of aim at 200, which is a lot more than I thought they would, and the group is not pretty. It would kill a deer, but you would not wave it around in public. The Sierras drop four inches, drift to the right four inches, and print a beautiful group. (The groups are 10 shots, by the way.) This does not mean that Sierras are better than Noslers, but that the two slugs have different flight characteristics.