This morning in the 24 degree cold I shot this old table that's just about perfectly 30x30" from somewhere between 130-140 yards with a 230gr. FMJ handload. I held the camera up as I fired two rounds and I made contact on one of those shots, which was more luck than anything. I fired two magazines at it for a total of 16 rounds and I believe there are 13 holes in the wood, but I'm OK calling it twelve because One looks like a double and it doesn't really matter one way or the other. I also shot at a piece of white pressboard that's set up for my son's rifle shooting from 2-300 yards and is about 175 yards from where I'm standing. I fired eight rounds at it and connected one time, which is also inconsequential, but rewarding. I do a lot of this silly long distance shooting with my handguns here and I have an unfair amount of time shooting from this exact spot and I'm happy when a new gun comes in that will cooperate. My TRP is at least twenty years old and has the "TRP Package" from the SACS and it has soul and personality that reminds me of a Baer that doesn't lock up so tight that it's no fun, if that makes sense. The frame is hand checkered and there are tool marks and out of spec hand fitting that make it unique, for better and worse, but mostly better. I think it's great as an old example of a Springfield with a few SACS touches and I'm glad it shoots because that really is the bottom line.