So I ran the calculations on my .300 with the flatline Bullets. A very very conservative estimate is that I will need no more than 52 MOA of elevation to hit the mile. My Sightron 10x50x60 (34mm tube) has 63 MOA of elevation I can dial up from my 100 yard zero. Scope should not be an issue. Now if I shot mt traditional Berger 210 load I would need a 30 MOA base or I would have to move up to a 230 grain.
Gonna do some auddette style load development and shoot them past the Doppler to get some speed documented. Then I can do longer range development. Will keep you posted. Thanks!!!