OK, Have a question for those with much more experience (long range) than I. Waiting on my new rifle and getting my "ducks in a row" of parts to have ready to put on it. As I MIGHT have to get shorter rings. So here goes. I'm swapping my Leupold 50mm scope (now on my old Winchester with 2 piece Warne bases) to the new gun and have an EGW 20 moa base to put it on. Now, in my simple mind, the higher the scope is from the LOS down the barrel the farther away, if you will, the LOS through the scope will intersect with the LOS of the barrel. Thus allowing the scope a better chance of achieving a 100 yd zero. Like I said in my simple mind of geometry but these two lines will EVENTUALLY intersect. And preferably you would want that to happen beyond 100 yds (my prefered zero). Am I over thinking this whole thing??? Thanks in advance.