Originally Posted by elmerdeer
I have a meopta meostar R1 4x16x44 tactical scope and it has 40moa of ajustment on it, will this be enough to shoot at 1000 yards on my 7mm Dakota with the 180Vld bergers at 3100fps with out any base with ajustment on it?
Am I understanding you correctly, that the scope has a TOTAL of only 40 moa, or is it 40 above and 40 below neutral for a total of 80 moa?
Typically with the lower power scopes have far more than 40 moa built into them, I have no experience with the meopta scopes , hence my asking.
As magman points out probably 20 moa to reach 1000, so if the scope has a total of only 40 moa in it a rail with 10 or 20 moa built into it would be required. If there is that little moa built into the scope a plus 20 will make zeroing at 100 difficult.