Guys - A few questions, and I know someone on here can point me in the right direction.
I have 2 primary predator rifles. One, a Tikka T3 heavy in .308 with a Leupold VXIII LR on it. It has the bullet drop reticle in it. I shoot 150 grain Hornady bullets out of it, and it will consistantly print 1/2 inch or less groups at 100 yards.
The second rifle I like to carry is a Bushmaster Varminter in .223 with a Nikon 6x18 with fingertip adjustable turrets. This rifle has shot five shot groups into one ragged hole at 100 yards, and from a cold bore, it is flat out awesome. I shoot 55 grain ballistic tips out of it.
I have made some shots between 300 and 400 yards on varmints and predators. The thing is, I want to be able to just dial in the MOA at known distances, and I have no clue what the MOA adjustments are. I know the drop, but I am not interested in holding over the target. I want to make a range card, dial it in, and be done. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I know the guns, and optics are more than capable of making shots out to mid ranges, say out to 500, 600 yards. The .308 is for sure anyway. I know once I have that info, I will be able to as well. I just need the dang info!