So, I opted to put a 20 moa base on a Remington 308, topped with a 4.5X14 Leupold scope. I centered my windage adjustment and elevation adjustments to center. Did a quick bore site which told me I was going to be very close in the windage department, but extremely high in elevation. So off to the range. First shot proved to be close to center in the windage department but very very high on elevation. Got it all dialed in, and am about 7 MOA of the bottom to be zeroed at 100 yards. For giggles I then played with the windage knob, and realize that when bottomed at 100, I have less windage adjustment going one way as compared to the other. The higher I climb in my MOA adjustment, the more I gain in the adjustment on the short Windage adjustment side. 1. Is this normal? 2. If it is or isn't normal, what sort of problems will/can I incure as I extend the target range distant?