Re: Zero in for long range shooting
I would zero for 200, chronograph your load, make your drop chart to get you started with your drops at longer ranges, then... you need to shoot at those ranges and confirm your drops.
You might have to then go back to your software and tweek your FPS or the BC of the bullet to match your actual drops. Target validation is very important ~!!
Also, you need to consider spin drift, wind direction, wind speed... and many other factors when shooting at longer ranges.....
Practice, practice and more practice
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