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Originally Posted by Kaos
New to the sight so this may have been asked a thousand times so sorry for repost. My question is: does drop really stay constant.
So if I zero in my gun at 100 yards and let's say it drops 3 in at 300 yards. Is it simple enough to just site my gun 3in high at 100 and be dead on at 300? And if I wanted it to on at 500 yards I site it in 40in high?
Just trying to get my facts straight so any input will be helpful


The "rate" of drop is fairly consistant. i.e., my 300 RUM is zeroed @ 300 yds. At 400 yds the drop is 1.7 MOA, @ 500 yds the drop is 3.5 MOA (approx doubled), @ 600 yds the drop is 5.6 MOA, @ 700 yds the drop is 7.8 MOA, @ 800 yds  10.2 MOA.
The difference between 300 and 400 is 1.7 MOA, the difference between 400 and 500 is 1.8 MOA, the difference between 500 and 600 is 2.1 MOA, the diff between 600 and 700 is 2.2 MOA and the diff between 700 and 800 is 2.4 MOA.
This would be good for wagging if you're shooting at rocks, but not something to rely on for hunting.
Mark