Ok, here goes! Sighted dead on at 100 yds when I move to 1000 I was expecting 7-9 inches of drift to the right, I actually got 0 inches. Now the technical stuf: 260 Remington, 140 grain Berger VLD @ 2860 FPS. Rifle shoots a constant .5MOA @ 1000 yds or better. I have checked and rechecked the barrel, scope and reticle for plum ness, I’ve even machined a sliding double V block with a bubble level on top to make sure everything was aligned. I am 100% sure the rifle/scope is correct. According to the computer I should get .6moa right spin drift and .2moa right coriolis deflection for 31deg lat. This is a total of .8moa drift to the right. With dead calm wind I constantly get 0 to .1moa drift to the right, I do have a level on the rifle so I know I’m not canting the gun. I have rechecked the zero at 100 yds numerous times and it is always dead on. Not having to compensate for SD/CE is good but I am wondering why it’s not there, any thoughts on this.