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Unread 05-12-2013, 09:53 PM
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It's possible, but how does one compensate for the inaccuracies of virtually all scope adjustment values per click? All internally adjusted scopes of a given make and model do not have exactly the same amount of impact change per click. To say nothing about the atmospheric conditions between the rifle and target that'll change the bullet's drop and there's no way you can measure them when the bullet's fired.
Well some of us do check for calibration by measuring what the scope actually moves the impact and adjust the ballistic program to it. I will trust my actual drops to a 100$ chorny any day.

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    Lets assume that I am not a complete novice Bart and that I know about chambers,powder,primers and a thing or two about killing big bulls a long ways away. This is not my first custom rifle or barrel just my first 5r Bartlein. Broz I didnt meen to drag you into a piss match thankyou for your consrtuctive advice.
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    If one measures scope adjustments without firing a shot, then all the variables in optics, humans and ammo are eliminated. Some know how to do this. Others don't.

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    Well some of us do check for calibration by measuring what the scope actually moves the impact and adjust the ballistic program to it. I will trust my actual drops to a 100$ chorny any day.

    But what ever you say Yoda....

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    Broz I didnt meen to drag you into a piss match thankyou for your consrtuctive advice.
    No problem here my friend. I will just let Mr.B argue with himself. If we wish to hear more of it one could always just read his past posts as the majority of them are simply degrading comments or argumental.

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    No problem here my friend. I will just let Mr.B argue with himself. If we wish to hear more of it one could always just read his past posts as the majority of them are simply degrading comments or argumental.



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    No problem here my friend. I will just let Mr.B argue with himself. If we wish to hear more of it one could always just read his past posts as the majority of them are simply degrading comments or argumental.



    A little humor is good medicine once in a while.

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