Re: Tuned Trajectory Compensator
Dave, I did the search, but no one talked about wether they had them or how well they worked.
I would think that with a turrent made up in yards would give the hunter a tremendous advantage. If you worked up the MOA's to now read in yards, you could make your adjustments on target more quickly and you wouldn't have to try and remember your come ups to get to the yardage you wish to shot too, and you would be able to go right back to your 100 yd zero.
It seems that if I give accurate info on my come ups from 100 to 1000 yds and break it down to every 50 yds past 500 that this would work if their turrents were made with my very accurate specific data. Then the only thing I would have to really worry about is to figure out my wind drift.
Also I would do my range work as close as possible in the area I will be hunting so that turrent would match weather and altitude conditions.I'm thinking of testing a set on my custom 25 06 deer rifle and if they worked to my satisfaction then put them on my 300 RUM for long range elk hunting.
I value the opinions of the people on this forum and await answers and recomendation from you. Thanks and shoot long and well [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] Bob Percifield