Re: Drop chart HELP
I sure didn't take it that way. But, my blood sugar is just fine right now.
Everyone has different standards as to what level of detail they feel comfortable with.
Some are happy to chrony at 100 yds and go LR Hunting. Others aren't satisfied until they shoot every distance, altitude, etc.
It's all about confidence.
If you have a good known zero and your curve matches the software without a lot of manipulation, and your rifle groups well at long range, then you'll be more eager to take a shot.
The more you have on the line, the more confident you'll want to be.
You may be an expert. So, I don't want to come off sounding condescending. But, there is a big difference between paper/steel and hunting. Besides the obvious, ranging animals in the field and getting set up for the shot can be a big deal. As such, there's less room for error and the more dope you have on your rifle, the more confident you'll be when the time comes.
If you knew all this, I apologize. Perhaps it will benefit one of the other newbies in the Basics, Starting Out Forum.