Calm down. Everything's going to be OK. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] (nate you just beat me with your response. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img])
Remember that Minutes of angle (MOA) are an angular measurement. It grows with distance. 230 inches of drop at 1000 yards is (somewhat) only 23 inches of drop at 100 yards and I know your scope can handle this. It equates to around 23 MOA which for your scope is 184 individual clicks.
I am going to be right back with a link for a website for you to look at and play with. The "come ups" are what you set your turrets for to compensate for the drop of your bullet. When you see what the MOA come ups are for your bullet you will see that the inches of drop are a much bigger number than the MOA you must adjust to put the bullet back on the crosshairs.
Here is your link.
Under "Load definition" be sure to set your "Clicks/MOA" to 8. Your calculated drop chart has the ability to give you your Come-ups in MOA + Clicks whis means you dial in full MOA first and then individual clicks (1 thru 7) It's very cool.
Please feel free to ask any questions you still have.