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Unread 03-05-2012, 05:30 PM
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Re: Scope click calculator

Oh, no sweat bud. Got a couple of calculators to use instead!

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    Re: Scope click calculator

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    To everyone at LRH.com,

    I just made a really cool click calculator in excel. Input values are MOA per click, Rifle zero, and your drops. Excel then tells you how many clicks to move your turret to hit with the main cross hair. It is layed out in 25 yard increments. For a 300 yard zero there are enough columns to get to 1200 yards. Everything is set up for yards and inches.

    If anyone want it let me know and I will email you a free copy.
    Michael,
    Please send me a copy of your click chart

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    Re: Scope click calculator

    Thats great please e.mail me a copy of calculator at
    mohsinnawaz_perazzi@hotmail.com

    Thanx.
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    Seriously.... Please read previous post.
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    Seriously.... Please read previous post.
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    Re: Scope click calculator

    Michael or anyone, I would like a copy of the scope calculator if any one has it.




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