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I have a Renagade .50cal. I shot my first deer with it 26 years ago. I haven't shot it in a few years but took it to the range today. It shot good at 25 yards but seemed to be high at 60 yards. Is this normal? I know my eyes arn't what them used to be. Thanks, Shuey
 

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obviously still climbing. The parallax between the bore and top of the sights may be partially responsible. Right on at thirty with the sights may be still up hill for the bore.
 

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Shoot it at 100 yards and check where it hits. Then try to visualize the arc of the trajectory that all projectiles have.
 
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