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Unread 09-25-2008, 11:38 PM
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Formula for relative determination?

Is there a formula for determining
the relative aspects of shooting rimfire to centerfires?

Ex. This morning I was shooting my .22lr at a nickel size bullseye at 120 yds. at approx. 30* uphill. I was shooting Remington Golden Bullet HP's (36 gr.1280 fps.claimed). My scope is a 4X32 w/ a 50yd. zero.

Is there a way to determine how that relates
to my 7 RM for example?


Thanks, Chris
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    Unread 10-04-2008, 08:43 PM
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    Re: Formula for relative determination?

    Chris, just run a ballistics program profile for each load, and it'll probably give u all the comparative info u'd ever need.
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    Re: Formula for relative determination?

    Thanks!
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