Originally Posted by kcebcj
Just curious what the heck you gonna hunt at 14,000 feet? I was on a peak 13,200 feet in Utah hunting mule deer a few years back and there wasn’t even a track up there of any kind. It’s a butt kicker hunting that high.
Run your ballistics calculator with all the relevant information for 14000 feet with a 300 yard zero. See where the impact is at 100 yards and re-set the scope too that setting. That will give you a 300 yard zero at 14,000 feet. “Verify” at 300 yards when you get to altitude. A ½ inch change is probably close.
Thanks for the response. So I take it is as easy as sighting in for the assumed conditions at altitude. I just wanted to get that verified.
I'm off to Tajikistan for a marco polo hunt in a couple of months. Just received word that I'll be issued a CITIES permit in the next couple of weeks (about time). Getting myself sorted out now for it now.