- Dec 20, 2017
Most scopes can handle the 40 MOA and a 25/100 yard zero. You could likely get 10 MOA rings for a total of 50 MOA and still zero. 60 MOA gets most over the ability to zero at 25/50 or even 100. I'd do just the 40 MOA base as most comps are not past 300. 40 MOA base should get you at least to 400. If you're planning on going out farther than that then you're gonna need more. Or you can spend the $$$$ on a Nightforce, or similar, prism which can be added in front of the scope using a Picattiny rail that moves your cross hairs another XX MOA without changing your scope other than confirming zero after adding the prism.40 MOA base, 0 MOA rings?
The Wedge Prism optically shifts the incoming image to the riflescope by a precise elevation value, which directly adds to the available elevation travel within the riflescope.