Originally Posted by Joe King
Depends, if you have synthetic stock I would be surprised if it shifted, with a wood stock and being a browning I would be surprised if it shifted, but if it isn't sealed well then yea changing conditions can effect it. Browning makes some pretty good stuff and it should be sealed well from the factory. You obviously have some concern so just to satisfy and ease your mind I would make a trip to confirm that it is infact on, nothing worse than having doubts about your equipment I've been there, it's no fun.
Funny you should say that... I never used to doubt my equipment until three weeks ago on a bow hunt. Bow was shooting perfect one week, and then two weeks later....I miss a NICE deer, only to find out in the two weeks my bow sat from the last time I practiced the cams came out of tune. Now, because of that, im worried about my gun having been sitting around for 4 months since I shot it. Maybe you are right and I need to just make the trip to the range.
Second question....from 200-300 yards to you all see great variations for zero with factory loads box to box of same type ammo? For example...
My rifle likes Fusion, but I only have 10 rounds left...if I go grab another box of same weight fusions...probably a different batch though...do I need to worry at 300 yards. I know it makes a huge difference for long ranges....not sure about 300 yards though.