Originally Posted by Birdhunter1
What do you have the rifle zeroed at? It is possible the trajectory is on the rise at 100 yards and on the fall at 200 yards and they happen to be at the same height above line of sight.
For instance on my .22 rifle I zero it at 25 yards and it will also be zeroed at 75 yards and about 3/4" high at 50 yards.
I think the zero is irrelevant here.
I thought of the rise/fall also, and so far that is the only logical explanation. In relation would be how low my scope is being as I'm shooting a med/small objective and its sitting about 1/8" off the barrel. Where as if my scope were higher the two 0's would have a greater distance between them. B/c I did get a little drop on the one target (and ~1/4" on the other) I guess the apex of my bullet occurs between 100 and 200yds.
After my deer hunt I'll have to play around w/ it some more and get longer range info.