Yes, those targets will take you down a notch or two so it's best not to talk about your nail driver until you have put it to the test. I did have some wind yesterday and these were 30 grain bullets going at 2200 fps but I figured them being 22 caliber the wind shouldn't hurt too bad. It was almost at my back but when it swirls around the berms no telling what happens. Anyway, I thought I was good to go and by the time I got to that center square I was drifting way right. I even shot at it twice and both went right pretty close to each other. I fired one more at the bottom and decided to dial a half inch left which seemed to help but not much. Maybe the wind had me but this is pretty normal performance out of this rifle at 100 yards. It is a varmint model and is virtually new, maybe two hundred rounds through it in nine years. I suspect my scope is drifting around because I had it on a 22-250 that always had to be corrected every time I brought it out of the safe. I will set another one on it and go from there.