Just wanted to see what folks' view on this were: I have a 30-06 and have tried three different rounds theoretically each round for different applications - the RWS Evo for muntjac / roe, the RWS HIT for bigger deer and then I have some of their 180gn H Mantel things for boar (not that I've shot any yet). All group really well but clearly the point of impact on paper is different for each. Do people simply rezero each time they select a round before going out for a specific quarry or is it better to have written down the different points of impact and so place the cross hairs accordingly - slightly the left and an inch up for example? Or forget all the marketing and simply choose one bullet for everything?! Currently my rifle is zeroed for the HIT rounds and I've shot everything from Muntjac to Sika stags with them. However, if a specific bullet is designed for a specific quarry type re-zeroing every time would take up a lot of time and rounds! Just wanted to know how other stalkers deal with this?