Re: yardedge subtrac for angle
Multiplying the yardage will get you close, within .25 MOA. But you are CORRECT, multiplying the drop is the correct way to do it, easier too.
Originally Posted by kiwi3006
Don't subtract yardage, multiply the drop for the yardage by the cosine of the angle.
eg a 10 degree shot. cos 10 = 0.984
if your drop is 13.5 MOA then the drop is 13.5 x 0.984 = 13.28 MOA
Read this thread Up/Downhill corrections
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