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Old 01-03-2013, 10:37 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a pic of the bullet drop of a 22? Just for sh*ts and giggles


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http://gundata.org/ballistic-calculator/

Sure- Standard velocity .22, scoped, zeroed at 100 yards. Giving 1180 FPS, with a BC of .097

150 -15 inches
200 -42
250 -85
300 -145
350 -224
400 -325


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For the next question- how does a .17 HMR stack up?

Scoped, 100 yd zero, 20 gr, 2375 fps, BC of .142

150 yds -3 inches
200 -9
250 -20
300 -37
350 -61
400 -95
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For the next question- how does a .17 HMR stack up?

Scoped, 100 yd zero, 20 gr, 2375 fps, BC of .142

150 yds -3 inches
200 -9
250 -20
300 -37
350 -61
400 -95
Well...looks like I'm savin up for a 17 haha
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Maybe save a little more for this one.

http://www.petersenshunting.com/2013/01/02/introducing-the-new-17-winchester-super-magnum/
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If you have an iPhone, get the "Gun Log" app. It's great for serious shooters or anyone who want to improve their skills. Tons of info space for your guns, ammo, and accessories. Even bullet drop charts from the info you put in about your gun and the ammo your shooting.


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