Re: Drop Compensators
I've always thought the best, when I used them were the home made ones.
Basically, what you do is shoot your rifle at various ranges with your load, then note the come up values on paper. (Using my Laser Range Finder eliminated another variable as that is the same one I used in the field.)
What I did then was to take a vibratory engraver and mark the knob with a dot for each range for quick reference.
This in my opinion is vastly better than using a commercially available knob with some generic load values on it.
[ 07-16-2004: Message edited by: DMCI ]
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