I recently recieved my scope back from leupold aand gave it a go last night. I was not impressed. While sighting in at 100 i took the opportunity to verify my load. It is spot on and quite stable on the velocity with only a 40 FPS variation in six rounds for a mean FPS just 17 over what was ordered ( I've been tweeking it with crimpimg) and 3 of the 6 verified zero and fit in a dime. The scope was ordered at a mean velocity of 2920 and yestredays mean over 5 was 2937. Again, only a 40 fps deviation over the six. Yet this thing gets expotentially higher the further out you go. At 700 yards its over a foot high. Called leupold and they scratched their heads and want me to click count each 100 yd increment and build me a new dial. Thats alot of work with the open in 10 days. I read somewhere if you zero at 350 (1/2 the turret ) and set the dial back at 350 it will "wash" out the variation in a manner you can live with for hunting. Thoughts?