So I went 0 for 6 yesterday on antelope with my 300 rum with 215 bergers and I am not quite sure why. I just got back from the range and the first thing I did was verify my 100 yard zero. One inch low and two inches left. Hmmm. My shots yesterday ranged from 450 to 800 yards and two minutes left alone would account for every miss. Add in the minute low and that just made it worse. So at the range, I raised my turret one minute and reset the zero. I moved to the 500 yard target and elevation was good, but first two shots were 8 inches left. The wind was blowing about 10 mph, but I held up a piece of surveyers tape and the wind looked to be directly in my face. I moved the windage turret one and one half minutes right and now I was hitting 8 inches right of the bulls eye. So I moved back 3/4 of a minute and I was still hitting right. I moved the windage turret back to zero and was right on the money. What could cause this? Could the scope have gotten out of sync internally and then moving the windage put it back in sync? I also set up my chrono and checked velocities and I was reading 2956 +- single digits with the chrono set up at 10 feet. With the 300 back in the game, I decided to check my 338 rum, since it hasn't been out since my deer hunt last month and it took a beating from the weather. It printed two inches right at 100. So I moved my windage turret and rezeroed it and went to 500 and the elk are in trouble again. I also checked my barrel channel since I had my bi pod on to make sure I wasn't getting a pressure spot and it checked out good.