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    I zero at 200, get my clicks for 500 and 800 then make a yardage tape for my turret. In your case I would decide how far I want to shoot and base the zero off that. In any case, you'll need to verify the drops out to the max hash mark.

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    I zero at 200 with my 300 wby
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    225 because that's as far as my preferred gun range goes!!

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    I tend to zero for MPBR even with a B&C reticle.

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    100 yard zero in the East, 200 yard zero in the West - that's my general rule of thumb.

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    I ordered a zeiss with bdc z8 for my .300 wsm and they recommend a 200 yard zero for that caliber. With the z6 bdc they recommend a 100 yard zero. I would read owners manual, hopefully will help you out. This manual also says magnification doesn't effect accuracy 300 yard and under but above that there is an optimal setting of 12 power. Good luck.

 

 

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