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Not if it has a mildot reticle.  I have a rifle zeroed for 25yds.  I placed targets at 15, 35, and 45 yards and shot them using different hold over / hold unders until i hit bullseye.  Then i recorded the data and keep it with that rifle.  Now i can shoot any target between 15 and 45 yards and know which mildot to hold on center.

NOTE: some distances may need + – 1/2 mildots.