Just this past Friday afternoon there was a guy in town who has been extremely busy and asked if he could get his scope zeroed for a hunt.
This was on a lightweight 30 cal Mag rifle with a Tupperware stock and incredibly heavy trigger pull-0ver 12 pounds. No muzzle brake.
To be good on the trigger I did take a beating
Said all of that to say this, it had one of the Gen II Eliminator's on it, and I didn't have time to chrono it.
Zeroed at 100, programmed the scope and made hits at 400 and 500 yards after putting the drop in inches down from the factory ammo.
Now, I am NOT encouraging this, but it was close enough to put me on 10" steel.
You know the only way I recommend to others is to actually shoot and confirm your drops, but it worked good enough in the pinch.
Burris IMO has done everything possible from their end to let folks know the way it should be done.