The 1943 "T" took its owner to the range to explain how it works. We used Reloader 15 and Reloader 17 with 180 grain Sierra Spitzers and 174 SMK'S. I also used 6 rounds of 180 Prvi to investigate scope. I seated the Spitzers .050 off the lands with 45 grains Rel 17 this left small gap so not a compressed load. The 174 Smk seated at .085 off and left space in the case. The Reloader 15 was similar with good case capacity and no compressing. I checked runout on all loads and corrected to +- .001. All cases were once fired Remington neck sized. The first target is 100 yards Prvi P to check 0 and test scope deflection. The paster is a 3 inch square. The scope is a Mark 1 and seems to have 2 moa so it would be "uncorrected". The next target shows two groups the lower 5 shots being R-17 180 Sierra and 45 grains powder, upper group of 6 R-15 174 SMK. Target 3 is foam board, flat black paint at 300 yards 16 inch circle.. Sighters are at bottom 7 o'clock and the group on left is R-17 45g 180 Spitz, On right same powder and 174 Smk. Next target is same repainted R-15 174 SMK 43 grains. Sights were not changed. I still can't keep same sight picture throughout and the rifle really shoots better than me. I shot and painted at 300 all the time trying to find same spot hold for scope. Tired eyes and older glass a small obstacle. I installed a slip on butt pad while I was shooting. This rifle requires a firm weld or the scope will bite back. The last target is 600 yards and is 35 inches across. R-15 SMK 174 and 43 grains powder. The wind has come up but the vertical is good. I noticed switching between loads and redialing the scope for appropriate 0 the bullet strikes changed so I would hazard to say the return to 0 on this scope has some lash. Next time I will focus on R-15 and 174 SMK so dialing question should be resolved. Anyway a fun day at range. The last 4 pictures are some surplus stuff my friend, Krag and 03-A3 shooter, had and since I won't shoot anybody have any ideas? The rounds are all pre 1950 and I have some spent brass also, milsurp.