Originally Posted by NVHunter1
I am hoping some one out there can clear up a mystery for me. I have been shooting and reloading and have found a load that works real well in my 300 rum. I am using a Huskemaw scope and cant figure out how to correct my problem. I am zeroed at 200 yards, I move to 400 yards elevation is perfect and I am 4 inches to the right, 600 yards elevation is perfect and I am 6" to the right 800 yards elevation is perfect but I am 8" to the right. 1 MOA to the right no matter what distance. I thought my reticle might be off so I did the inverted T test, shot at 100 yards ok ran the scope up 50 clicks and the bullet was right above the 100 at the desired height, I was expecting that I would see it was going to be to the right but it was right on. I am at a loss on what to do next. Help!! I guess I could dial the windage 1 MOA to the right but then I will be 2" left at 200 yards.
PS all shots are from a fixed bench same setup for each distance.
Load is a 200 gr AB with 88 gr of H1000, Rem 9 1/2 primer. 3000FPS 1/2 Moa groups
I re-read your post and things don't add up to me.
zeroed @ 200 yds
4" rt @ 400 = 2 moa (4" in the next 200 yds = 2moa shift from 200-400 yds
6" rt @ 600 =1.5 moa (6" shift in 400 yds from 200-600)
8 "rt @ 800 =1.3 moa (8"shift in 600 yds from200-800)
Whats it do at 100
have you had anyone else shoot ?
have you tried a diferent bullet?