I have a plan!
I am retiring next year. I have a plan. Going out west to hunt elk, mule deer, antelope, coyote and prarie dogs.
My plan is to hunt everything with my .270.
I am going to put together an antelope load, which is going to be 110 gr. Barnes TTSX's. I am going to sight in my .270 for that load. Next, I am going to work up different loads for the other hunts, BUT, instead of changing my zero each time, I am going to vary the charge or the powder to see if I can realistically shoot ideal bullets at each animal without using a second gun or adjusting my scope.
Can it be done?