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I recently decided to add some magnification to my 181 mini, ending up with a 3x9 on a B-Square mount. I was at a local range for a bit sighting it in at about 25 yards. I went out the other day to a buddies place and we were shooting prone on top of his garage looking at about 100-125 yard targets. I noticed that I had a considerably higher POI than I expected (6-8 inches?) at that distance. My question is that is this normal with a mount this high and with that, would it be better for me to dial in at a different range (say 50 yards instead of 25)?
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If you have the B-square on top of the receiver I would site it in at 100. At 25 you have to turn the elevation way up to be zero'd. It would shoot high at 50 and 100. kwg
 
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