Originally Posted by Tikkamike
I agree. Some times when trying to find a really close bc I will take an 8 foot piece of ply wood at 200 shoot a group on a spot on top then back up to 400 shoot a group then back up to 600 shoot another without ever adjusting my sights. this allows me to measure my actuall drops, and change numbers on my program till i match my actual results that gets me really close. it also gives me a visual on spin drift reminds me that it is there and i can verify what it actually is also.
Yep that what I do to TM.
Shoot at different ranges without adjusting POA to allow for drop, I too want to see where the bullets are landing and then take some messurements and work out how many clicks that relates to on my scope, write it down and just stick it to the cheekpiece of the stock, that way I've got a reference as to how many clicks at that range do I need. Simple but effective enough for me.