Originally Posted by rubi-tong
My belief was a lower scope flattens your trajectory out slightly, is this incorrect?
It'll help at close range at the expense of the long range. There's a happy medium that can be had. The best way to see what's what without actually messing with your scope is to use chairgun. I always prefer a scope to be a little higher than is in vogue. It's harder to rangefind accurately at longer ranges so I'd prefer leeway at distance rather than close in. However, close in is where you are likely to see the reducers. Swings and roundabouts, you need that happy medium.