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Line of Sight and Trajectory

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Re: Line of Sight and Trajectory

Originally Posted by Browninglover1 View Post

The diagram that Scott posted shows you that you can compensate for this drop by adjusting your scope so that your bullet will hit where your line of sight is pointing at a given range.
This also shows you the maximum ordinance, or the highest point of the trajectory (marked in the pic as vertical drop).
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