Re: What's your zero?
Yeah, I tried a high zero at a hundred and missed every stinking groundhog generally high I shot at this year. The one I missed I turned the wrong direction. Anyway, most set a zero for 200 hundred for long shots, but you should be familiar with how your scope works, turret adjustments, or mil dots if you have them.
I use a hundred yard zero and twittle the turrets, well at least that is the norm for me this coming summer. I may stretch it out to a 200 or 250 zero. We'll see.
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