Jc189: Most all of my shooting (95%+) is at big game, small game, predators and Varmints.
But to contrast what Mr. Kulzer did at 1,000 yards to my shooting let me relay this - I had along one of my most accurate 22 centerfire Rifles (Remington XR-100 in 223 Remington) on a Varmint Safari this past week.
I laser ranged a 3 1/2" wide, standing adult Ground Squirrel out at 227 yards and I missed said Varmint 3 times in a row!
The critter eventually ran off aways and laid down prone, and I bonked him on the fourth shot.
Humble pie there.
Anyway I am just astounded that a barrel, a scope, a trigger, a bullet, a powder charge, a human - let alone changing atmospheric conditions can ALL come together and create a 10 (ten!) shot grouping of 2.695" at 1,000 yards distant.
That feat is just about "absolute accuracy" in my book.
Again good for the shooter and todays technology.
Hold into the wind