I throw myself upon your wisdom. Here's the issue. I have a T/C Icon in .308 with a Zeiss HD5 3-15x42 mounted in Burris Signature Zee rings. I love the setup and am trying to get into medium range shooting with it. I have built a range out to 800 yards and tried it out today for the first time with friends. We only shot to 400. At 400, I need 5.5 MOA. I was looking forward to dialing in my reticle instead of just using holdover. I go to adjust my elevation and get only 9 clicks out of it. I was almost maxed out! Apparently, the store that bore sighted it used a ton of elevation to get it set because I only adjusted a little to get it dead on at 200 yards. I assumed I had plenty more adjustment. Now, I know that my Zeiss has only 16.5 MOA with the zero stop. I am fine with that and it should get me to 600 yards, which is as far as I am going to shoot targets with this rifle. I have two main questions: 1) Can I get the reticle back close to factory zero on the scope by having it bore sighted again and stressing that they adjust the rings as much as possible before adjusting the scope? Is this rifle just that far off with the Weaver rail? Surely the rings can be adjusted more to get it closer to center? Am I just completely wrong in thinking that? 2) Is the best solution to just use the Burris Signature Zee offset inserts and add 10MOA offset to the rings to get my reticle back to 4 MOA below factory zero at 200 yards, giving me 12.25 MOA to adjust upwards? I know I can take out the zero stop screw and get 70 MOA, but I really like it and want to leave it in. Thanks all. I am really starting to love medium range shooting, and I want to have my gun set up right. I know it's not a Surgeon or Cooper, but I am not asking for too much.