Need some shot analysis on a box test please January 27, 2019, 04:57:58 PM Hi All,I need some analysis here. I'm setting up a new rifle. It's a Ruger Precision chambered in 6.5 with a Burris XTR II 5-25x50. I usually zero rifles at 25yds using my home range. When I did so with this one, I found that the parallax is only labeled down to 50yds and when bottomed out is no where near parallax correction at 25yds. So keep that in mind. I proceeded to zero the rifle with a blurry image. Just tried to achieve the most repeatable sight picture that I could on the bench. After 6-8 shots I was putting them in the same holes or really close so I called it good for now. I then reset the zero stop & windage turret. I then proceeded to run a box test (see the attached image). I'm a little confused by the results. the windage seems to be doing as it should. But the elevation seems weird. The further I dialed up, the more exagerated the corrections seem to be. Adding 6 minutes of elevation seemed to add an extra 1.5, Adding 18 minutes seemed to add an extra 3, And adding 30 minutes seemed to add an extra 4ish. My question is, could this be some parallax phenomenon that I'm not aware of? Does this scope have issues? I did this test exactly the same 3 times with almost identical results. If anyone needs any more info plus feel free to ask.Thanks!