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jcaoloveshine
09-01-2009, 5:50 PM
So I used the 25-300m zero (where you sight in at 25m using the target so you can hit a man out to 300m). If I shoot at 100 yards though, how high will the bullet impact be?

lokmeup
09-01-2009, 5:56 PM
Check your e-mail... have fun!

If you get a Windows Mobile Phone/PDA, you can run it on there while you're at the range. :)

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mlatino
09-01-2009, 5:59 PM
Anyway I can get that e-mail as well?

CSACANNONEER
09-01-2009, 6:00 PM
Bullet BC? Bullet weight? MV? Ambient air pressure? Altitude? Humidity? Barrel angle? Etc. Yea, they'll all play a part in the equation.

jcaoloveshine
09-01-2009, 6:03 PM
oh my bad, using standard M193 55fmjbt shooting straight on, let's say elevation of about 1000 feet, 80 degrees F or so.

Hoop
09-01-2009, 6:15 PM
oh my bad, using standard M193 55fmjbt shooting straight on, let's say elevation of about 1000 feet, 80 degrees F or so.

2-3" depending on whether it's a carbine or rifle, how precise your zero is, the bullet, whatever.

SMGLee
09-01-2009, 6:16 PM
you will hit about 2.7-3inches above your point of aim...

Try to go with the 50yrds zero. it will give you a much flatter trajectory.

I usually zero at 25yrds and my POI is about 1.5inches below my POA and once I achieve that, i move the target to 50yrd to confirm and make fine adjustments.

jcaoloveshine
09-01-2009, 7:17 PM
thanks, 20" 1/9 btw.