If you just want to shoot it for fun and ring gongs at vast distances, there’s no particular standard that the Ruger Precisioin Rifle has to meet. However, if you want to compete with it, there’s a very precise standard. A rifle that is capable of shooting a possible 600 points out of 600 points on an F-Class target, fired in stages of 20 rounds each at 300, 500, and 600 yards (in some cases, longer) has to be able to put all 60 rounds in ½-minute of angle. This is very fancy shooting, and only a small number of competitors are able to do it, from what I’ve seen. Just about everyone gets a 9 once in a while.