I decided to check the zero on my Tikka .243 yesterday before going out today.
I shot one at 50yds (the one on the line an inch above zero)
I shot one at 100yds (the one immediately above/next to the 50yd shot)
I shot 2 at 200yds (the ones an inch high and an inch to the left, there was a 7-8mph r-l wind blowing)
I appreciate that one shot doesnt give a representative idea of the 'true' zero (the deer dont seem to stay around much for more than one Ive found).
Have I just been lucky with each shot?