Originally Posted by 1tonpower
The 100 yard ground is inside a half inch. I moved back to 300yrds. Turned it up 3 moa and the fist shot hit 2" right and and 1" low of the center on my 10" plate. The 2nd shot was an inch right. The next two shots were at some rocks. Both of those shots connected..the 3 moa I got from my ballistic app with MV @3200. Scope hight is 2". I shot 400yards today and made contact with the same plate 4" hight 4" right. It was a little breezy. My app called for 5.45moa up.. I shoot and it hits center but way high. I dieled down 4 clicks and missed about 4" lower then the 1st shot... I made contact on the plate at 3.75moa u from my 100yd zero...the hit was about 4" high of center of the plate...
Here's my question. I am getting a bass MV from the reload manual but so far it isn't adding up... I don't have a crono, I'm shooting a 26" 1:10. Can anyone give
Me a better estimate on my MV. I know I need to shoot
More then 3 rounds to validate this test. I'm going to check my 100yrd zero tomorrow to rule out that.
With a 26" barrel, I'm betting your shooting WAY faster than 3200.
Get a bigger piece of paper. 24"x36" tag board works well.
Take it out to about 7-800 yds and figure your drop. Dial, and see where you actually impact.
Figure out what you would have to have for an ACTUAL velocity in order to be on target, move in closer to about 300 yds and check again with your new velocity as a standard.
If it doesn't match up, then your BC data is slightly skewed.