A friend of mine recently enjoyed himself so much shooting 1000yd targets at the range, he decided to query a variation for one single calibre to cover fox, deer and range shooting. He's since been informed by his FEO that he can have a .308 on an open ticket for all three and need only apply. Good result.
Both he and I have been told, by more than one person, that a one size fits all set-up is a great hassle to continuously re-zero for different bullet weights and distances. This is the bit I don't quite get.
Never having shot at such distances, I would have thought it was simply a case of dialing in for whatever distance or bullet weight the shooter chooses to use. Surely a good quality scope, such as he has, is capable of returning accurately to zero after each dicipline.
Do any of you guys use only one rifle to cover such a wide range of loads, bullets and distances?