We set up at the base of a hill, and took some of my reloading gear along.
The end result after 12 rounds of my hand loads confirmed everything.
We doped the scope in after raising the front base with a washer, thus lifting the crosshairs, to the physical centre, and the rest was easy.
We took a foto of the last 2 shots, settling for the lower hit.
Gotta love that !
Check out the bottom target hit line around the top edge, factory loads, were not that flash, but warmed up the barrel somewhat.
After a 30 minute cool down, and a quick clean, it shot brilliantly with my handloads, and it came up rather quickly.
That is the owner of the Churchill 243, and he could not be happier.