Originally Posted by pyroducksx3
I cant say when I will get this done but I will try
Haha. Sorry for ending my post that way.
It's actually a simple test that is quite accurate if done carefully. It will take a couple of hours at most. Then you won't have to take anyone's word for it. You'll always know the correct elevation because you
calibrated the turret.
I believe it is worthwhile to calibrate your elevation turret if you want to play the long range game. There are too many variables outside of your control. You have to remove as much error as you possibly can from the variables under your control. Turret calibration, reticle alignment, chronographed rounds, measured ballistic coefficients, spind drift, temp, pressure, etc. They're all small effects, but they can add up to a missed shot.
Good luck. I really would like to know what you learn, if you get the chance.