After sighting in the scope I setup to fire several five shot groups. The claim of ¾ inch groups at 100 yards is no exaggeration. Out of ten five shop groups I only had two groups that were barely under one inch. Most groups were right at the advertised ¾ inch with two groups less than ¾ inch. I was using a Grip Pod military version as my bi-pod. It worked very well especially later on uneven ground.
My second session was at a much greater distance. I measured the distance with my laser range finder at 316 yards. The picture below shows the distance. It’s difficult to see but the target is just left of center in the photo. My best group out of ten five shot groups was 3 1/4 inches. Pretty impressive performance with the Leupold scope set at 20 power on the RRA.
The Rock River Arms LAR-15 Fred Eichler Predator is a great premium precision rifle for competition shooting and varminting. With it’s 1-in-8 twist free-floated barrel, it will send just about any bullet downrange with great accuracy.
Check out the whole review over at the Firearm Blog.