We were shooting at 3700 feet and our target was 5900 feet. Looking at the ballistic solution and the actual number of moa used I believe we were in the 1020-1030 fps range on impact putting it under the wire so to speak. They stay super sonic so long it is hard to test them after transition with drops of 110 moa and more. I am working on a better way to do that though.
Going with steeper bases (45+ MOA) is one way to maximize the adjustment of a conventional scope that has ~100 MOA of travel. But if you need more than 100 MOA, eventually you need to sacrifice the ability to zero at close range.