He can make charts off the Hornady website as well. They have a nice calculator that is easy to use. I tend to copy and paste the chart into a spreadsheet and delete data I don't need. I make a couple of charts, but them back to back, then tape the whole thing in packing tape to be water proof etc. I slip this under the neoprene cheek cover on my stock. If I can't get to Shooter quick enough I pull the chart. I use 5mph wind for drift vales out to 1000 in 50 yard increments from 200 yards. If the wind is 10 I double the number, etc.
Example: at 650 yards at 5 mph drift is 1.7 MOA/9.8 inches at 3 and 9 Oclock positions. So for a 10 mph wind it would be 3.4 MOA/19.6 inches. To use the 45 degree angle you can now take the number .7 x X = Y and you hold or shoot for Y. Y should be @ 5 mph 1.2 MOA / 6.8 inches if I did it right.
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