Originally Posted by canuck4570
I get 10 inches metal disk at 300 yards 8 out of 10 shot with this rifle
the picatinny has a 20 MOA
the night force 3-15x50 has a NPR-1 reticle which help's for elevation
the rear ring has a bubble for canting...
I have added two pics one of the ballistic chart used for 300 yard shooting taken for JBM ballistics
and one of the reticle in the scope used
you will see only 20 1 inches mark but there is actually 30 mark equally spaced 1 inches apart
plus the 20 MOA picatinny rail, all this gives you the possibility to shoot to 300 yards....
the elevation turret is in MOA also and coincide with the reticle so by looking at the ballistic chart you click in the necessary moa for the range you are shooting and your in business.... just have to figure out the wind and that is the hard part
also you will notice that I am using sub sonic amo..... more accurate than high velocity amo that goes from sonic to sub sonic
hope this help you if you are going to try long range shooting with 22lr