I voted for some other distance.
My hunting rifles are generally sighted in for maximum point blank range. Roughly 2 inches high at 100 yrds depending on the trajectory of the cartridge. This means out to your maximum point blank range you'll be either a few inches high or a few inches low. Not enough to matter on anything bigger then a coyote.
My long range rifles are generally sighted in for 200 yards and I use either a BDC or mil dot for compensation. I generally don't shoot over 500 yards so I don't spin dials much.
My SKS is sightd in for 200 yards is only a hair low at 25 yards and is 3.5 high at 100.
The only time I would sight in for 25 yards is if I was never going to shoot over that distance.
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Last edited by Boomer58cal; August 12, 2013 at 12:53 PM.