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Old 03-01-2014, 09:52 PM   #1
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Anyone have a link to a trajectory chart showing where 7.62X39 and 5,45X39 shoots when zeroed at 25,50 and 100 yards./metres? Thanks


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Locutus,

Here is one I have on my computer for the 7.62 X 39. I do not have one for the 5.4X39.

Ballistics Table 7.62X39 123 Gr. FPS: 2350
Range (yards) Drop (inches) Velocity Energy Time (seconds)
0 -1.4917 2349 1507 0.00
50 0.1804 2175 1292 0.07
100 0.0106 2008 1101 0.14
150 -2.3203 1849 934 0.22
200 -7.1998 1699 788 0.30
250 -15.0980 1559 664 0.39
300 -26.5812 1430 558 0.49
350 -42.3234 1314 471 0.60
400 -63.1059 1214 402 0.72
450 -89.7903 1131 349 0.85
500 -123.2630 1066 310 0.99
550 -164.3779 1014 281 1.13
600 -213.9368 971 257 1.28
650 -272.6970 935 239 1.44
700 -341.6332 903 223 1.60
750 -421.0045 874 209 1.77
800 -511.7353 847 196 1.95
850 -614.9050 823 185 2.13
900 -730.9633 799 174 2.31
950 -860.2016 778 165 2.50
1000 -1,004.2421 757 156


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Locutus,

Sorry when I downloaded it the colums shifted to the Left!

Tried a second time to physicaly move them but when I downloaded them again the same results. So you will just need to shift them to their correct position to the Right and maybe print them off!

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Ya takes a few to figure out the columns.

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http://npee.org/index.php?id=762x39 National Police Ammunition website. Seems like 50=100, the drop is fast.
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Sniper and Mercator, thanks much guys. That's exactly what I was looking for.
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I haven't tried this program, GNU Exterior Ballistics Computer. It is very highly rated. It also has the capability to compute windage and atmospheric pressure.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/balcomp/
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Need some input guys. Just sighted my irons in. I didn't have a tool so I just sighted the rear. Wow the front is off bad. I'm at the 300 mark just to get it hitting 1 inch below zero at 100 yards. It's hitting about 1 inch high at 75 yards.is that about right. Anyway I'm hitting a sheet of paper now at 100. Is that ok with an ak?
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Download a ballistics program for Excel. Enter you figures, highlight the columns you want, and tell the software to make a graph. In this way any changes you need to make dependent on your situation your graph can be updated. The one I found I also hid the columns I do not need. Found several links to it on various websites. If you do not have MS Office, Open Office or Libre Office could work just as well.

Even got it formatted to work on an IPad. Have not tried on my Android as the screen is so much smaller. Also as you enter your information you can do a "save as" and rename the file for whatever ammo you are using by manufacture or load type.

Not sure how to add a link to the file. I'm using the IPad at the moment an all of my links are on the laptop. A search for ballistic, spreadsheet, excel should bring up a few links.

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Try this one. Scroll way down on cartridges to get the metric rounds


http://ballisticscalculator.winchester.com/


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