I'm just getting in to the long range hunting thing. Well, mabey not. I've hunted Ground Hogs since i was big enough to handle dads 22-250. But never took a shot at deer or bigger over 200yds. I have a 300yd range in my back yard(literaly) so i shoot a lot. But that is the farthest i normaly shoot. I read an article here about adjusting instead of hold over. Aparently the man who wrote it has passed away. So i would like to run this buy you guys Just to make sure i have this correct. Say i am using my 30-06 with 168gr VLDs at 2900fps +/- using IMR4350. My calculator gives me a drop of 129.6 at 700yds with a 100yd zero. Thats the farthest i can shoot and still be over a 1000ftlbs. That would be (if ammo,gun and i work as advertized) roughly 22 clicks up. Did i do that correctly? And...does any one know of a place in Georgia or Northern Florida with a range that stretches past 300 yards?