A bud & I decided to try & extend our practical hunting range. Last year we set up a range on my place. The farthest we could go was 400 yards, so we set target butts at 50yd increments. The bench is a pretty stable, heavy, Iron-framed picnic table. Decent adjustable front rest & rear bags. Thus far, we have little problem shooting under MOA with the rifles we are working with. Well, at least out to 250-300yds. After that, it kinda comes apart. The rifles we are using are pretty standard Remingtons, Winchesters, & Rugers, with a few after-market bbls in the bunch. Nothing has been trued, but most are bedded. Scopes are pretty much standard hunting scopes for our part of the country. Leupold & Nikon duplexes for the most part, but we use a few others. All are variables from 2-7X on up to 4.5-14X at the top end. Although recently I bought a mil-dot 6.5-20X, I haven't used it much at all. There isn't a target turret in the bunch, and only a couple of mil-dots. What we have run into is that about 300, trajectory rears its ugly head. We have a hard time shooting a group because (A) hold-over sight picture is imprecise, or (B)we just don't see well enough to hold consistently. If we sight in for 400, the trajectory pretty much rules out making hits closer. Is there a workable solution without going to turrets or custom reticles? I think we have the equipment(rifles, anyway) to be successful, just haven't figured a good way to point 'em from 100 yards to 400 yards consistently. What do y'all think our next step oughta' be? Incidentally, we have discussed sighting in a rifle for each 50-yard increment, but we really don't want to be forced to take 8 rifles - each, every time! ;P What'cha think???