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Scope Click software confusion

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Unread 10-15-2004, 05:37 PM
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Re: Scope Click software confusion

Hey guys I checked a couple of things today and both guns are set up the same one is a 22-250 the other is 300 win mag the scope is a weaver grandslam the clicks are 1/7 in. clicks checked it today going by my clicks 300 zero puts me 2 inches high at 100 on the 22-250,and 2.25 inches high on the .300 win mag does this seem right.By the way the 22-250 shoots a nosler bt 55gr @ 3625 and the 300 win mag shoots a nosler bt 180gr @ 3070 and the scope height is about 1.9 inches

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Unread 11-20-2004, 12:43 AM
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Re: Scope Click software confusion


I know i am 6 weeks late jumping in on this topic, but better late than never.

Click values of 1/7 inches at 100 yards equate to approx 25 clicks per MilliRadian. This might be a new option for you especially if you have a milliradian reticle on your scope or if there are 5 clicks per large hash mark.


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