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100 Vs. 200 Yds. which is better for testing loads while reloading?

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Re: 100 Vs. 200 Yds. which is better for testing loads while reloading?

For me, 100 yard zero really doesn't tell enough of the story unless it's a short range brush gun that will probably never be used over that distance. For my long range rifles, I use 100 to check the initial loads, scope and mounts and 200, 500 and 700 to test the consistency.
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