In a recent read of one of the gun magazines a writer was talking about his 25 caliber rifle and how it magically shoots flatter than it should. I think it was a 25-06 with a 100 grain tsx. He said he had it zero'd 2" high at 100 yds and at 300 it was still up 1" high and at 400 was down like 6". Someone ran a bc calculation and said the bullet seemed to be achieving a .800. I'm not calling this a fib but was wondering if some of you long range guys can explain what's happening here or if you have a couple of matching stories with your rifles. Can some sort of scope cant or wierd barrel fitting phenomenon be at work? BTW the load he describes is really accurate so there is good bullet stabilization there.