Originally Posted by Varminator 911
I'd sight the gun in to where it's hitting about 1.5 to 2 inches high at 100 yds. This should put it right on at about 160- 175 yds, a little low at 200, and about 15 inches low at 300 yds. If possible verify this out to 300 yds. I'd want it shooting not much more than 2 inches high at the highest point which will be at about 125 yds. Of course this depends on what ammo you are shooting.
While hunting I'd keep the scope set on 3 or 4 power in case you are presented with a close running shot. If you need more power you will usually have time to dial it up for that long shot.
Make sure the scope mounts are tight but not so tight you break the screws.
Im going to be using Hornady Leverevolution .35.
It's 50 YDS: +1.66", +3" at 100 yds, 150 YDS: +2.13", -1.3 at 200 yds, 250 YDS: -7.74" and 300 YDS. -17.5"
So i should still dial it in at +1.5 at 100 then?
And do you have a suggestion for a scope, or will a Bushnell Banner 3-9x 40 suffice?