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This may seem like a silly question to some but, here goes.

I have a Leupold LR/T scope on one of my M1A's sighted in zero at 100 yds.

I do not hunt, only shoot paper but what would be the change in POI say, if I had to shoot something at 50, or 150 yds? Would there be any appreciable change form where I place the crosshairs to bullet POI?

Or would it be not enough to even worry about at a reduction of 50 or addition of 50 yds? Shooting milsurp ammo 144-150 grns.

Thanks for any responses,

Mike
 

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When dropping down to 50yds, the bullet impact will drop approx. half the distance of the height over bore of the scope.

Std. comeups from 100yds to 200yds is about 1.5MOA. Figure 0.75MOA at 150yds, which equals 1.125".
 
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