I agree on swapping out mounts. As far as zeroing goes.... You kind of need to figure about how far out the majority of your shots are going to be and have it zeroed for about there. As a general rule of thumb for my hunting If I have it zeroed at dead on at 200 yards, with my 243 which has a similar bullet flight arc as a 22-250. Then I can hold dead on from 100 to 300 yards and generally hit the coyotes. If you are shooting factory ammo, most ammo catalogs from the manufacturers will show you how high and low the bullet will be at different distances at usually a short range zero (100 yards) and a long range zero either 200 or 250 depending on the cartridge and how much of a "flat shooter" it is. By the way I have 4 of those 700 ADL's and really like them. Mine are in 222, 243, 25-06 and 270. They are all real shooters too.