Trying to get my muzzleloader sighted in and have what I know is a good load for 100yd - 150 yd range.
How high at at 100 yds should I be, to be on at 200 when aiming just below the back. I can surmise and probably find the balistics easy enough, but would appreciate any genuine thoughts based of past experience.
In the past I was about 3" high at 100 and that put me about 1" low at 150. I then had to have my scope remounted, so here I am re-sighting in. I now have the chance to go to a range that has a 200 yd. capability. I am currently good left/right, but 7" high, next trip out should finalize things. The fact I had a 3-4" drop in the past, at 50 yds, concerns me when considering 200 yds.
Shooting 100 grain (Jim Shockey Pellets), 250 grain ultra glide shockwave sabot (thompson center brand) and 209 Primers (Remington).
For the record, I seriously doubt I ever get a chance to shoot a mature deer at 200 yds where I hunt, but I feel I should get everything out of my gun I paid for. Not to mention, fortune favors the prepared.
Thanks in advance.