Re: Mil-Dot Hold Over Question
The answer's on your ballistic program if I'm understanding your questions correctly.
Use the Ballistic Page and use the Mil DROP column. That column tells you where to hold using your mil-dots at each range.
If that wasn't the answer to your question you were look'n for ..... sorry I gave it my best shot. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Distance is not an issue, but the wind will make it interesting!