In particular I'd be interested in one that best optimizes the arc of the .22LR bullet. For example the 25 yard and 100 yard zero for the 5.56 leads to much more severe highs and lows at critical ranges than the 50 yard zero. I'm curious if there's a .22 zero that optimizes a .22 to be used, say, inside of 100 yards. My thinking in terms of usage is a single zero that has a simple and mild holdover/holdunder at ranges before and after the dual-zero distances. (Again using the 5.56 as an example... I know that at 25 it's a 1" holdover, at 50 it's on, at 100 it's a 1.5" holdunder, at 200 it's just a slight holdunder and at ~215 it's on again.)

Currently I have my Savage MKII zeroed for 100yards. It's a great zero for bench shooting at the range, but I'm looking for a more practical zero for the real world (think small game hunting).