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Another MOA Question, Ring Heights?

 
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Old 02-10-2010, 04:12 PM
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Another MOA Question, Ring Heights?

OK, I need the help of the mathematicians on board again. The task is I am trying to get the last few MOA left at the bottom of my 8-32x56 NXS on my Lapua. I just installed a 30 moa NEAR MFG base and zeroed at 300 I am .975 off bottom. In measuring my NF rings I find they vary quite a bit in height. Yes, I am holding a set that is .005" difference between the pair. So depending on which one is in front that could be .005 down or .005 up with a total of .010" difference. In my mind that could make up the 8 to 10 moa I am after. Correct???

So the question is, how many moa per .001" if the rings are 4.758" apart C/C.

Thanks for any help..

Jeff
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Re: Another MOA Question, Ring Heights?

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