7mm wsm zeroing

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by alextm33, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. alextm33

    alextm33 Active Member

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    hello,i have a browning blr in 7mm wsm shooting winchesters ballistic silver tips 140 grain.i hunt moose mostly with it and i was wondering what the best range to zero at.most shots are between 200 and 300 yards and sometime a little bit longer and shorter.
     
  2. Too Tall Rosenwald

    Too Tall Rosenwald Well-Known Member

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    200 yards works for me.
     

  3. cowboy

    cowboy Well-Known Member

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    That would be my vote - can't think of one reason to do anything otherwise.
     
  4. brentc

    brentc Well-Known Member

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    200 yards works. 1" high at 100 will put you right where you need to be. How well does the Silvertip perform on moose?
     
  5. alextm33

    alextm33 Active Member

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    our moose here in newfoundland were im from aint as big as the alskan ones but my brother shot a young bull with the gun 2 weeks ago and the bullet expanded nice and stuck right on the inside of the skin on the opposite side.i had a offer for my gun just last night for a good price.i think i might get a 300 wsm.they seem to be good guns to and my local outdoors store has bushnell legend ultra hd 4.5x14x44 on for 50 %off.sounds like a good combo