Originally Posted by steelfingers
Thanks. Wanted to be as close as possible at 200 because I intend to stretch it out to 500 and beyond on steel when I get my targets placed.
Your input will be greatly appreciated.
I shoot high power silhouette at 200 meters (chickens), 300 meters (pigs) , 385 meters (turkeys), and -- different load (142 Sierra Matchking, 44 grains, Reloader 22) at 500 meters for the Rams.....
My adjustments: 1 1/2" high at 100, dead zero at 200, plus 2.5 MOA at 300, 4.5 at 377, and 9.5 - 10.5 at 500 (depending upon light and temperature). The targets in silhouette have to fall off their rails when hit to count, and while I took two/four Rams with 105s at the Nationals when I ran out of Ram loads, it's an iffy thing! They fell very slowly, like they were bleeding to death! The 142s smack the damn things good! :-)