Just admitted to the Community. I live near Reno NV but to the east, where the desert goes on forever and there are no restrictions for shooting as long as you do it intelligently. I have designed and brought to fruition two original mildcat rounds. One is a .300-caliber magnum; the other is a .358-caliber magnum. The .300 Nevada Desert Magnum is a target round; the .358 Sierra Stomper is a hunting round. Both are a blast to shoot. The Desert Magnum's best five-shot group from 100 yards is .135 inches, center-to-center. The Stomper can repeatedly produce 3/4-moa groups at 100 yards if the nut behind the wheel doesn't spoil it three shots in... I don't get out much to shoot because my employment precludes it so very often. I drive for a FedEx Ground contractor. President Trump's economy keeps me running more than I'd actually like to be. I have no wife, no ex-wife, no kids, no ex-kids and no debts. Life is pretty good for me. Would just like to be able to drive the four miles out to the empty desert, set-up and let the bullets fly more often than I presently do.