How Far Can A 12 Gauge Slug Shoot. Meet Frank Proctor … Frank spent his last 11 years in the military n US Army Special Forces. Shot placement for a deer at 170, 200, or 230 yards shot using the 200 yard sight. The following is a 1000 yard 30-06 ballistic charting of a Remington 30-06 Springfield 165 Grain AccuTip Boat Tail with a BC (Ballistic Coeficient) of .447 that was created using our free online ballistic calculator and details the trajectory of the bullets flight from the millisecond it leaves the barrel until the time it reaches the 1,000 yd mark. I have heard a lot about using a 50-200 yard zero, but would like to know how well it really works. inches to zero at 200 yards. THE 200-YARD ZERO Sighting in your high-power deer rifle at 100 yards is a waste of a perfectly good flat trajectory. Once you are shooting consistently at 100 yards, you can move the target even further out. A 200 or 300 yard zero will include adjustment for drop, environmental conditions, as well as a correction for any wind. That is from 50 to 150 yards you will shoot slightly high. Are there any good guides as to how to compensate for crosswinds? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk . Unless you live in the Northeastern big woods or southern swamp country and will never shoot at a deer past 100 yards, you’re far better off zeroing your rifle at 200 yards. The_Next_Generation Member. The actual erector assembly is in the same place thus travel is the same. Remember, a MOA is an angular measurement that gets bigger with distance. That means having it hit 1.75 to 2.0 inches high at 100 yards. He also earned the rank of Grand Master in Limited division of … Comparing Figures 5 and 7 you can see why range estimation with a hunting rifle is much less critical. Concepts such as what you’re promoting are akin to the military 25/300 zeros that allow for a person to miss head shots as close as 100 yards because of the higher allowed maximum ordinate. Reply If 1 MOA is 1″ at 100 yards, how many MOA is 2″ at 200 yards? Anything less than 200 will not effect your shot placement enough to worry about,and even going out to 300 yards is a minor adjustment (6-8 inches depending on bullet ballistics and weight). Now, move the paper targets to 200 yards and repeat the whole process. Make any adjustments that are needed. Will a rifle sighted for 50 yards (ascending bullet) really be on target for 200 as the bullet descends? Nosler Ballistic Tip 4030 3 0.204 .204 Ruger Cartridge Federal Cartridge .204 dia. Some hunters, using a simple duplex reticle, will opt to keep that three-shot group an inch or two high at 100 yards instead of shooting dead center in order to better prepare for 200-plus yard shots. Reactions: bradb, Gunnersdad49 and General RE LEE. He trained DOD personnel in Combat Marksmanship, Close Quarters Battle, Breaching and Sniper/Observer Operations in addition to deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. the 50-200 yard zero. 25 Yard Zero – I don’t care at all for sighting in at 25 yards. For most center fire rifles in a hunting role you want to ZERO the rifle at 200 yards. 30-06 doesn't drop much at 200 yards. I have standardized my bolt-action testing a bit, testing more .223 Remington and .270 Winchester rifles than anything else. 204 Ruger 39 gr. If you could provide the manufacturer of the ammunition you are using that would be very helpful. This makes for a simple and quick correction in the scope not requiring holdover in an imaginary space above the back of the animal. If 200 yards is a long shot for you then the 100 yard zero would probably be best for you and just aim straight on all the time. Joined: Sep 27, 2011 Messages: 917 Location: USA. If my rifle is zeroed at 200 or 300 yards, that zero will only be spot on at the place I zeroed that day. VLD 3400 5 0.204 .204 Ruger Cartridge Federal Cartridge .204 dia. How to zero for 50 and 200 yards with Frank Proctor. At 1,000 yards, that translates to 10-inch or 10 MOA groups. Moving forward, it seems like a good time to explore more 6.5 Creedmoor offerings. All your load data fits neatly in the boxes under each target. It is important to realize that with a .308 rifle, 200-300 yards is a good shooting distance. Also, 100 yards is short enough distance where wind is not a major factor. A 12 gauge slug is still traveling at around 1000 ft/s after 100 yards and won’t drop until the 130 yard mark. You can also use the top circles as a 200yard zero when aiming at the red squares at 100 yards. This places that same .270 bullet 0.4 inches low at 25 yards, 1.41 inches high at 100 yards, 2.51 inches low at 250 yards and finally slips below the 6 inch vital zone at 257 yards. I sight my 204s in at 200 yards as they are about 3/4 inch high at 100 yards and about 3.3 inches low at 300 yards (aim at head) and you are right on by aiming right on them. (17 Cal) 37 gr. If you are in a situation where you think a 200 will give you a better "point blank" range, then just dial the turret to 200. Mar 5, 2015 #3 WildRose Well-Known Member. Joined Jan 15, 2017 Messages 336 Location Salina, KS. Other riflemen who routinely hunt areas where shots of 300 yards or more aren’t uncommon sometimes opt for a 200-yard zero. It is a clean design that is easy to see even at 200 yards with a 20x scope. This is still very close. The trajectory path at 50 yards is 1.2 inches high, at 100 yards the bullet is 2.9 inches high, at 200 yards 2.3 inches high and at 300 yards the bullet only drops 3.8 inches. 100. With a 200 yard zero, the bullet drop at 300 yards is only 6.8 inches. Where should I be sighted in at 50 to get my zero at 200? The 50/200 zero variations and the 100 yard zero work well because they have been tested and had various bugs worked out. Be mindful to keep the optic's dot centered within the optic itself as much as possible when zeroing at this range as most optics are not entirely parallax free at 25 yards. Now when you go back to Georgia swamps, you might consider re zeroing at 100 yards for making head shots at shorter ranges. For competition, I generally use a 100 yard zero, mostly due to habit, convenience, and my drops are memorized. Drawbacks to a 25 yard zero. That means that with a 100-yard zero, the bullet will rise ½ inch above line of sight at 50 yards; 1.8 inches above at 100 yards with a 200-yard zero, and 4.7 inches above at 150 yards with a 300-yard zero. Set targets out to 200 yards. If it makes a difference, the bullet weight is 95gr. According to remingtons ballistic charts for the bullet you specified, if it's zeroed at 200 yards, dropping down to 100 yards you're anywhere from 1.7-2.1 inches high, dropping back another 50 yards won't increase your compensation by much at all. maybe a 1/2 inch tops. For those that have attended the courses now know that when it comes to your go-to 5.56 caliber carbine rifle that you would pick because it is best suited for all possible scenarios, the 36 yard zero seems to be the perfect fit. It is still just 1 MOA. 204 Ruger 32 gr. A 200-yard zero puts its 140-grain bullet only 1½ inches over sightline at l00. At 100 yards your will be slightly over 2 inches high. Since the bullet begins below the scope at the point of trigger pull, it starts below the point of aim. May 26, 2020 #2 T. Tmac Senior Member. Joined Feb 3, 2011 Messages 12,075 Location N. Texas and S. Africa. A little over 2 inches high at 50 yards. A 30 yard uncertainty in range estimation has almost no effect, at least within 300 yards. Note, the left target is also available as a “Powerpoint” file you can display and edit with MS Office. Now you must do some fancy calculating. “With a 100-yard zero, there’s just that easy one-to-one correspondence,” says Vaughn. I zero at 100 yards because 100 yards is the closest range I don't have to pay money to use and the closest 200 yard range is "under construction" until who knows when. A 20-yard zero will see the bullet climb through point-of-aim at 20 yards and not drop back through until approximately 62 yards, during which time the bullet will only climb to a maximum of .56″ at 40 yards. If you want to be zeroed for 200 meters, then you need to put your target out at 200 yards and finalize your zero. A Note On Windage 100 Yard Zero – Not a bad option at all. This is only .37″ higher than the maximum apogee of the 25-yard zero’s trajectory. Start with it truly zeroed and then dial from there. The 50/200 and similar type zeroes are a myth. That said, I (and this is personal) have found it easier to use a 200 yard zero for my hunting rifles. The ballistic compensation works out to provide a 50/200 yard zero. “You can figure it in your head.” But if your zero is at 200-yards, 250-yards or 300-yards, and your target is at 725 yards? Running the figures as per the factory loads does come out pretty close for a 200 yard zero, 1.1" high at 100 yards but it all depends on your own rifle. DJSpradley said: Well after almost 2 years I am … In the recent carbine courses we have discussed various yard lines to zero your rifles along with the pros and cons of each yard line. arizona, Oct 11, 2012 #1. The 36 Yard Zero Target. The only difference betweel a 100 yard zero at 1000 yards and a 200 yard zero at 1000 yards is where the outer knob is sitting. Since one MOA equals 2" at 200 yards, that 5.4 inches at 200 yards equals 2.7 MOA - which is exactly what we will apply in Step Two to all other distances. It says that at around the halfway point of 250 yards the bullet will have slowed 580fps to a velocity of 2520fps, lost 688 ft pounds of energy (now pushing just 1339 lbs), and dropped due to gravitational forces just 5.9833 inches, and all of this in just a fraction of a second (.269 of a second). Now, since we're converting from a 100 -yard zero trajectory to a 200-yard zero trajectory, we begin by looking at how much we must adjust to rezero to the new distance. The most common short-range zero is 100 yards, and the most common long-range zero is 200 yards, which is an indication that the peak performance window for most hunting bullets comes at velocities from 100 to 200 yards from the muzzle. 1″ at 100 yards and 12″ at 1200 yards are both 1 MOA. I generally like to use a 200 yard zero for my hunting rifles so I can maximize my range in one turret revolution. I'd say you aren't getting close to the factory stated velocity. My normal process is to shoot at 50, 100, then move to 200 but my 100 yard range is closed and I don’t want to go to the range and start slinging ammo just wasting it. Ballistics charts are all very well, but there’s nothing like practical experience in the matter. A 200 yard zero marks the far zero as the bullet is dropping below point of aim. It’s taking people backwards. The trajectory of my .30-06 load will put a 165gr pill in a 16" circle out to 348 yards. 165 grain accubonds, not sure of velocity I don’t have a chrono. However, assuming you are shooting Remington 95gr Accutip @ … Feb 14, 2020 #2 R. Rmauch20 Senior Member. If your bullets are impacting 16″ to the left at 800 yards, and ignoring any wind effect for now, how many MOA do you need to adjust and in which direction? If you get an iron sight zero at 50 meters, then you zeroed only for 50 meters. Actually, MRT occurs a little beyond the half-way point – like around 115 for the 200-yard zero, and 170 yards for the 300-yard zero. Rob01 Super Mod. Zeroed to take advantage of its maximum point blank range (+/- 3 inches) it is a 292 yard load. When zeroed at 25 yards the round will also be zeroed at 300 yards. At 200 yards it’s only dropped around 10 inches. TBRW - 200 Yard Zero TBRW Group. Adjust the scope so the rifle shoots three inches high at l00, and you’ll reach 300 yards with a mere one inch of drop! All in all this is a great round for deer and medium sized game up to around 200-300 yards. There is only one drawback to having the 17 HMR we have been discussing zeroed at 25 yards. I suggest you zero at 100. Many factors will influence your own results. With a 6.5 Creedmor, in PRS matches out to 1000 yards I don't even spin the dial one whole revolution with a 100 yard zero. What if you zero your gun at 250 yard? With a zero of 100 yards the .223/5.56 round will impact approx 3/4″ low at 50 yards and around 2.25″ low at 200 yards. Where should I sight I'm my rifle at 25 yards to obtain a 200 yard zero? For you folks that dial for distance on your hunting rigs, do you Zero your rifles for 100 or 200 yards? Staff member. I shoot 300 metre competition using 90gr Berger Boat Tails and they are pretty accurate. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk . So the actual answer is zero. Bullet Diameter: Caliber: Cartridge / Bullet Bullet Manufacturer: Bullet Description Muzzle Velocity (fps) 5 0.172 .17 HMR Cartridge Berger .172 dia. These corrections will include altitude, barometric pressure, temperature etc. Shots of 300 yards in all this is a great round for deer and medium sized game up to 200-300. Consistently at 100 yards, you can see why range estimation has almost no effect, at least 300. 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