FWIW, most all centerfire cartridges will be 1/2" to 3/4" low at 25 yards when sighted in at 100 yards. But that is of little use when the range gets longer, and the maladjustment will be greatly magnified at 200,300, and beyond.
Twice it has been mentioned to assure your adjustments at 100 yards before going afield. That said .... making adjustments at 25 yards is a waste of time except to initially get the gun on paper.
There's a fine line between BRAVE ... and STUPID.