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Unread 08-06-2011, 09:08 AM
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Exbal Insight

I have a question for those of you with Exbal experience.

I have found my Sightron 6-24-50 scope click value to be 0.275 (MOA) and not the standard 0.25. No big deal as long as the value is known. The problem is when I input this in the "Sight Adjustment Options" in Exbal it has no effect on the corrections.

Example- 1000yards it tells me with .25 per click I need 22MOA.

When I input 0.275 it still says I need 22MOA

My math is a little suspect but here goes-

0.275 is 10% bigger than 0.25 and therefore 22MOA x 10%= 2.2MOA less.

Any ideas?
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    Unread 08-06-2011, 09:16 AM
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    Re: Exbal Insight

    When you're on the 'sight adjustment specifications' tab, be sure to put a check mark in the 'custom' box, then input your .275 value. that will resolve the issue.
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    Unread 08-06-2011, 10:13 AM
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    Re: Exbal Insight

    Hey Trebark,

    Thanks for the insight. I gave it a try and it doesn't make a difference.
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    Re: Exbal Insight

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    Hey Trebark,

    Thanks for the insight. I gave it a try and it doesn't make a difference.
    strange. it worked on mine.

    Call Perry Systems on Monday.

    Perry-Systems - Ballistic Calculator Software
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    Re: Exbal Insight

    ya running a palm version or windows mobile?
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    Re: Exbal Insight

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    ya running a palm version or windows mobile?
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    Never thought of that. My software runs on PC and PPC.
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    Re: Exbal Insight

    Its Windows Mobile on a Dell Axim.

    I think there is an issue with my Exbal and here is why I think this-

    With the regular 0.25 click increments selected it gives me 22.00 MOA of elevation for 1000 yards. If I select "Show Total Clicks" it tells me 88. Thats all good.

    Then if I change my click increment to 0.275 it tells me I need 22.00 MOA of elevation. If I then select "Show Total Clicks" it tells me 80. That would be 20.00 MOA not 22.00.

    I guess I need to call Perry Systems and see what Gerald says.
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