You experienced guys are invited and welcome to give me the pros, cons and advice on the following rifle & scope windage setup strategy: A 4.5-14x50 VXIII Leupold duplex reticle on a 22-250 will be left on 4.5X at all times unless a longer shot presents for coyotes and varmits . At 4.5X, the reticle covers 8 moa R or L wind hold off (16" at 200yd from crosshair to post according to Leupold's manual). This setup will allow close quick acquisition shots and windage compensation out to a couple hundred yards, even if it's blowing pretty hard, as I only need 2 minutes/10mph at 200yds. If a longer shot presents, I crank power up to 9X which makes reticle subtension drop to 4 moa L and R. 4 moa will correct for a 400 yd shot in 10mph winds. Holding half again as much windage will correct for a 525yd shot in the same wind. That should be easy enough to estimate using the reticle and that's about as far as I would want to shoot off of a bipod in a stiff breeze, while sitting it the bushes anyway. I can consistently hit a 4" swinging plate at 450yds with neglible wind. Does that sound workable and have any of you tried this type of windage setup to find if it is reliable when you crank back and forth between to the two powers?