I mounted the scope and bore sighted the rifle Friday. It took only a few clicks at the indoor range to have it print 1/2" low at 25yds which would zero it at about 200yds. However, I now only have 5MILS of elevation before it tops out. Hornady's standard ballistics calculators tells me that with a 200yd zero, those little 55gr bullets will take another 4.2 MILS to get to 600yds and a just a little over 14 MILS to get to 1000yds. So, I am running out of elevation. I do not think it is the scope. I am going to install low (.250") Warne rings in place of the medium (.375"), however, I do not think that will solve my problem. The scope will be closer to the bore axis which I like. I need a little advice from any of you rifleman who have had this problem. Some of the solutions that I am aware of are: shimming mounts/rings, buying a difference mount with built in elevation, using the MIL dots for longer range shots and just not shooting beyond 600yds. Help please.