Hello to the collective.
I was out zeroing a new scope on saturday, and was using a known load in 70 grain nosler Ballistic tips.
Got a nice toching group at 100 yds, bang on, then thought, ok i will give it about 2 inches worth of click and move back to 200 yds.
All fine i hear you say. Well the first 3 shots were, would you believe 2 inches high.
So waited a bit to cool down , dropped the scope elevation back to the 100 yd zero point and would you believe , bang on.
Im a little perplexed here,,,,, The load is H414, the muzzle velocity average is 3,350 fps (chronoed ) 70 grain bullets as said.
By my calculations the round should drop by at least 2 inches over that range.
I really cant believe that a 100 yd zero can still be bang on the money at 200.
Any ideas what is going on here...... My shooting isn't that bad , before you say...