Re: Line of Sight and Trajectory
wouldn't the center of the target have to be at least 30" above the line of sight?
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I should have stopped reading your gibberish, it screwed me all up.
The target is exactly the same height as the line of sight.
The bore axis is the only thing aligned above the line of sight.
how can one shoot at a distance if the target is not sufficiently high? On a completely flat surface, wouldn't one be limited in distance by the drop from line of sight at a specific distance?
That is the part that is backwards; unless there is a ceiling above that surface, there is no problems whatsoever.
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Last edited by justgoto; 11-16-2011 at 06:31 AM.
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