Outstanding podcast this week. I like the way you guys just kick stuff around. It's easy to just grab a cup of joe and sit at my kitchen table and feel like I'm right there in the conversation. Id' gladly chip in a few bucks here and there to help support if that is the way you go. BBQ tomorrow night by the way! Question: Doesn't it make sense for most shooters to zero their weapons (AR-15 type calibres) to Maximum Point Blank Range? If we think of theses guns as 300 yard guns which is how I view them when considering their terminal ballistics, it just doesn't make a lot of sense to worry about tactical type reticles. Why not a duplex type reticle zero'd to MPBR? I'm looking at this from a defense of liberty perspective I suppose. If I had that one gun I had to grab, why wouldn't I set if up for the most likely engagement range, which is in my mind sub 300 yards. I'm currently experimenting with this idea utilizing a .308 bolt action scout rifle. Perhaps a larger discussion of MPBR to make sure I am understanding the concept. Thank you for your consideration. Would like your thoughts on this if you get a chance.