I know exactly what happens at extended ranges and have it documented on video.
You choose to post an example that showed you don’t know what really happens in the real world and were called on it. Now you want to change the example to try and prove your point instead of admitting you were wrong. Sorry but it doesn't work that way.
Jesse Jaymes came here looking for help and for some reason you felt the need to spout off in an area you have limited experience in. That is not what this board is about.
You’re exactly right in your assessment.
Out to 600 yds there is not much difference in the needed corrections for atmospheric conditions, assuming you are not talking something really radical like hunting Marco Polo sheep @ 17,000 ft.
The instructional video is in production but with the hunting season we have to get footage for the show and that does not leave much time for anything else.
I am headed out for some late season trophy elk hunts
as soon as I finish hear so wish me luck.
Again thanks for the interest in the show.