Guys, I need help understanding something. I have a built up .300 Win Mag and I bought a Zeiss Conquest 3.5X10 w/ Rapid-Z 600 reticle to go with the rifle. I have worked out a super accurate load, 80.7 grains H-1000 with the Berger 185 hunting VLD on top. It gives 1/2 MOA groups all day. My problem is this, if I set my zero to 200 yards...I am way high at 300, 400 etc. The calculator at Zeiss's website confirms this...example ie, 334, 440, 554 and 666 if zero'd at 200. When I do the reticle analysis they say to go lower in velocity. Here's my question...should I just lower the sights at like 400 yards to zero there and accept where it shoots at 200? Even if I use Berger 210's it still shoots high at longer ranges. Oh, by the way, my velocity is 3096 average over 10 rounds and standard deviation is only 6 fps. I really don't want to try and find a slower load to match up the reticle better. Did I screw up and by the wrong scope and reticle???