Looking for a little ballistics help... I have a new Savage 111 7mm-mag with a Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 3-9x50mm DOA reticle scope. Being in the non-lead zone I am shooting non-lead Winchester Super-X Power-Core 140 grain bullets. Ballistics table on the ammo box says: 100 yds = 1.4" 200 yds = 0.0" 300 yds = -6.3" Scope instructions say zero it in for 100 yards, then use the drop compensators on the reticle for 200 yards, 300 yards, and so on. If I zero at 100 yards, given the caliber and bullet type I am using...will the scope reticle work the way it is designed for the 200, 300 yard drop? If the bullet says +1.4" at 100 yards, and I zero it at 100 yards, then at 200 yards I should be -1.4"...? Still trying to get my head around the whole arcing trajectory concept, and I have read that 7mm mag is a flatter trajectory than the 30-06 I have been shooting, but based on what I found at the range today the scope reticle does not seem to jive. Scope is properly torqued down, I zeroed at 100 yards, but at 200 I couldn't get it on the paper (small target mind you). Not sure if I was high or low. At $40 a box it gets expensive, and waiting for a cold barrel takes time...so I had to call it a day and vow to return. Any experience out there to point me in the right direction? Thanks!