Its 200 yard standing, 200 yard sitting, 300 yard prone, 600 yards prone.
Its pretty low key, but they do move along. You really need to watch the sticky on working in the pits. I would get zeros established for 200, 300, and 600 yards so your not guessing at your clicks to get you on target, and have a data sheet worked up for various windage adjustments as 300 and 600 yards can be challenging to find your zero if you have no idea where you need to be based on observed conditions.
Other than that its pretty straight forward.
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