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Trajectory validation ( Exbal )

 
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Old 08-28-2009, 03:19 AM
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Trajectory validation ( Exbal )

When using this function on my PDA i type in the target distance and then when i go to sight adjustment used it comes up not in moa but with a hole number . All my settings are in Moa so i dont understand it .
If i pay no attention to the SAU number and input a +/- coorection it works and adjusts my velocity and drop chart but this number in the SAU value shits me

Any ideas
Thanks Andrew

Eg.
Target distance-------------------------Sight Adj Used------------------------------Impact poitn +/-
800m-------------------------------------- 3.042???????

----------------------------------------------(moa is 18.25)


240 Wby85 gr tsx, 3452 fps, Bc .333, 0@200m

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Old 08-28-2009, 04:39 AM
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Re: Trajectory validation ( Exbal )

CAll me tomorrow and I'll explain that. It shits me too

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