I will be competing in my first long range high power shooting competition this weekend and need a few questions answered. i'm mainly participating at this one just for the experience, i do not expect to do very good. i haven't actually gotten to shoot at anything over 350 yards yet, but need a little advice before i try. this weekend, the lines fired from will be 500, 600, 800, and 1000. i have done a lot a research up until now trying compute dope adjustments for my remington 700 pss .308win . i use my own reloads firing with a muzzle velocity of 2600 fps. i just have to ask because it just sounds so crazy to me, but am i correct in saying that when using a 300 yard zero, my bullet will drop around 350 inches at 1000 yards. that's what all the tables and charts i use say, but it just sounds so crazy, i mean that's around 30 feet. please give me some pointers or incite if anyone has any. i don't want to look like a total fool when i go out there. i am an experienced shooter, i was a primary marksmanship instructor in the USMC and know a little, but am not familier with the long range high power stuff.. thanks in advance. semper fi It's not just a sport, it is an art form that takes careful development.