RE: DA. Its done Check out the screen shot and tell me what U think

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by Michael Eichele, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. Michael Eichele

    Michael Eichele Well-Known Member

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    As you can see, temp and humidity are dissabled and there is no input for pressure.

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    If you select standard then you get temp and humidity re enabled and you choose between altitude or pressure. If altidude is selected, you have the option to change the sea level pressure.

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  2. Eaglet

    Eaglet Well-Known Member

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    Very nice, meichele, I like that!
     

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    Re: RE: DA. Its done Check out the screen shot and tell me what U thin

    question?

    in blue writing up there it says "if sighting in in cloudy conditions, adjust zero .25 moa down and .5 moa right"

    why is that, I've never heard anything like that before?
     
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    Re: RE: DA. Its done Check out the screen shot and tell me what U thin

    Good question......

    I've "kind of" heard of it but didn't know it was worth that much. I also don't understand the adj to the right?
     
  5. Michael Eichele

    Michael Eichele Well-Known Member

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    Re: RE: DA. Its done Check out the screen shot and tell me what U thin

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    in blue writing up there it says "if sighting in in cloudy conditions, adjust zero .25 moa down and .5 moa right"

    why is that,

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    Well, if you sight in when its bright blue and sunny your percieved zero changes when it becomes grey and cloudy. Ever notice how sometimes your POI changes unexplainably? This is often due to the lighting conditions. Is is always going to be .25 MOA up or down and .5 MOA left or right? No. It is a general guide. More so, it is a reminder to at least concider what you sighted in at and what the conditions are now.