Re: have some questions.....
No ballistics calculator is going to match your rifle 100%. The chronograph might be a little off, the BC of the bullet is different from each barrel and local environmental conditions have a big impact as well. Really, the best use of the calculator's is to get you close, so you can discover that it's 16 clicks instead of 20 etc.
As long as the scope is repeatable from one range to the other, I'd be happy with it. You could always check the scope, by shooting a box at 100yds with it ( shoot one in the center,
then 20 clicks down and 20 right shoot one,
Then 40 clicks up shoot one,
Then 40 clicks left shoot one,
Then 40 clicks down shoot one,
Then 20 up and 20 right and it should be back on center.
You should have a square with 2 shots in the center.)
If some is good and more is better, then too much is just right.
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