Originally Posted by MontanaRifleman
With a 40 MOA base, were you able to zero @ 200 yds?
Can't remember. I only used the scope for practice one summer then went back to a 5.5~22 for the added 35 moa of elevation. It will depend on several things though when packing it all this tight.
1: the total real world elevation of the scope. Could be 65 or could be 68 or even 62. they very seldom land on the exact advertised number.
2: the accuracy of the base cant and the top of the receiver and how they bed together. Again, you could get 40 moa or you could easily get 43 or 37 or something like that.
3: the ring height would also come into play.
To the best of my memory I think I still had 1 or 1.25 moa below zero. I never max them out for a zero. So I probably could have zeroed at 250 but like I said I prefer to be off the bottom at least 1 moa.