Okay, ballistics gurus, I need a quick hand here. I finally found a local gunsmith that could install the front sight ramp on my .308, and I wanted a little advice on something. I am going to sight the rifle in at 200 yards, but I'd like to shoot it a little at the local indoor range (20 yards max) so that my first few shots at 200 yards will be on paper. I'm aware that the initial crossing of the line of sight is about 25 yards, give or take. I asked the guys at the range if I'd have to hold high/low and how much, and they're still getting the figures for a 20-200 yard conversion (it's a fairly new range). Since I was there, I shot it a bit. Clustered around dead center, so if I was shooting at something 20 yards away, it would be dead on (and VERY DEAD). It would be nice to know when I head over there again where I'd need to have it hitting to at least have it on paper at 200. Thanks in advance, fellas.