Originally Posted by Todd_
I'm curious why my ballistic calculator shows a 62 grain 5.56 bullet that is zeroed at 50 yards for the near zero drops back below at around 150 yards.... Anyone have an idea? No windage.
Just looked, the bullet is at -2.11 inches at 200 yards... So this 50/200 doesn't mean near zero/far zero, or am I using the wrong load?
I think it's still a great way to zero, the bullet peaks at about half an inch above at it's peak and drops slowly to the 2" mark at 200 yards, I just assumed that 50/200 meant near/far zeroes. Bah!