I recently mounted a millet trs scope on my savage model 12 .223. Everything looked good at a quick trip to the range, so it was off to the desert for long range work. I ran out of varget, only had 20 rounds loaded and i burned half sighting in and checking vertical tracking. Stupid me, I didn't check actual inches per click ( more in a minute). Made my calculations , 1084 yards according to my Bushnell Elite 1600, KAC bulletflight tells me 35.4 moa, and I had 35.5 available, no joke. Squeezed off a shot and it hit 3.5 mils low. mils not minutes. Alot of swear words were spoken. I thought maybe i mismeasured my powder, and the follow up shots confimed 3.5 mils low. I took the scope back to the 49 yards and shot 40 rounds of plinking ammo to confirm tracking. perfect squares up and down 35 moa and also left to right. They did measure about .96 inches for 4 clicks at a hundred yards (.48" at 49 yards), but that doesn't add up to a 12 ft miss. Is it possible that spinning my turrets to fast caused the reticle to not move for a certain rotation of the twist? Would this problem correct itself on the way back to zero? thanks for making it through my ridiculously long post.