Re: WildcatBullet 338 cal 350 gr elevation at 2000 yards ???
Oh, I see.
Well, here's my info:
300 grain bullet w/ rated bc of .768 at 3005 fps.
Rifle zeroed at 1500 yards and is 40" high at 100 yards.
It took between 29 minutes and 31 minutes to hit around the gong.
Elevation is 4888, humidity was about 30%, temp was 50, pressure was around 30.0, wind direction variable but not more than 3-4 mph at the bench. It was blowing towards us though on most shots, and was blowing harder around the target most of the time. Up to 10mph I would say sometimes.
Scope is mounted about 2.50" off bore.
This is going to be hard to figure in this way because of all the variables encountered in that long distance. Probably the only way to really get the bc at that range (if you don't have a mile's worth of cable for the Model 43) is to do a doppler radar test. Anyone got one!?
Let me know what you find. I am curious. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
If it's not far, it's boring.