Re: scope question please help
Depending on many factors, yes it can. Its called primary zero and secondary zero. The bullet has to rise crossing the secondary 0 due to the scope being higher then the barrel and the fact the bullet is falling the moment it leaves the barrel. It will then hit the primary zero on its way back down.
That said, its not likely you can end up with zeros at 100 and 300 yards.
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