Originally Posted by LouBoyd
I have to disagree strongly with Eaglet's suggested "pretty close" values. His elevation and windage values are just to get you on target and being off doesn't matter. However, guessing at the scope's line of sight centerline over bore distance will cause significant errors in all subsequent drop calculations. Measure that spacing with the best accuracy you can. I'd recommend to no worse than 0.01".
I would absolutely agree with you if my statements are leading people to believe that once they dial the given values they're done!!! But that's not the case; my intentions are to put you on target and after that you bring the POI in, you fine tune it. I suggest 25 yards originally and then after you know you won't be missing the target, move it out to 100 yards or what ever you feel confident with.
Because the values were calculated for 100 yards, expect to be about 1.0" low at 25 yards, 0.5" low at 50 yards and on
at 100 yards.
Again, my calculated values are very accurate assuming we give the right info; but are only intended to put you on paper without any hassle. Will also give you an idea of how much available adjustment you'll have left. NOT INTENDED TO BE USED AND WITHOUT SHOOTING TO FINE TUNE TO GO HUNTING...
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