2018-08-01 2130-2200 60F 0 MPH WSW Goals: Testing SIMRAD Environment: No wind. Some clouds, no moon. Equipment: 5.56(18), L&S mk6 3-18x T3, PVS-9a, 2xmag w/5 rds each 77gr IMI. RAPTAR, ELIR-3 (tuned). Manfrotto M190 + 322RC2 Activity: Setup at 100yds, turned on SIMRAD, left on lowest power. Day scope on 13x from last night. First group 2 inchs low and 2 inches right. Cranked SIMRAD 4 CCW on right hand "dial" facing front of SIMRAD. Cranked 8 CW on left hand "dial". Second group 2 inches high and centered. I'm still 0.5 inches low. Took thru lens pic of targets at 100yds. == Looked at mineral feeder at 415 yds on top of ridge. Phone camera can't be "zeroed" on that image while I am trying to hold the camera just right behind the scope. And yes I did focus the SIMRAD ... but I can't focus and get the light right for the phone cam. == Turned on the ELIR-3 which lite up the mineral feeder. The ELIR-3 can zoom down to a tiny beam or way out to a flood. Very useful. == Summary/Results: Well, that's it for this first firing test of the SIMRAD. Everything worked tonight. Next time I want to go out to 500yds and try the steel. The SIMRAD is noticably lighter than the PVS-30 ... this rifle with the PVS-30 on there was a tough one handed carry for me. It is surprisingly light now.