Well - I went out today to try the new gun at distance - didn't work out as well as I thought it should. I built data on the G7 calculator, and went to it.
First shot at 400 was high - I believe my adjustment was 5.3 MOA - I ended up at 3 MOA to hit the plate.
I then moved to 500, adjusted 7.6 MOA, ended up at 6.5 MOA for a hit.
On to 600, adjusted 10.1 MOA, ended at 9 MOA for the hit. 800 yards, 15.6 MOA, ended at 13.5 MOA.
Can these calculators be that far off? My inputs were spot on from elevation, temp, baro pressure, BC, and velocity. Is there something I'm missing? I do remember reading somewhere that bullet BC's can change at different velocities, could this be a factor I missed? If so, how do you fix that in your adjustments?
One thing I can say is that these 210 Bergers will punch holes in a 3/4 steel plate at 800 yards!