I have an Excalibur Crossbow that shoots 330 FPS and have the scope adjusted so that from the ground, it shoots accurately for the multi-lines at 10-50 yards. My question is could the speed adjustment on the scope be adjusted to accurately compensate for a tree stand angle? The X bow should shoot high using the yardage measured from an elevated position, so I was thinking I could adjust the speed on the scope a little faster to compensate for this. Anyone have any experience here?
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