11-22-2012, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Shoobee
Heck he should be able to almost hit the eye ball as well, with only a difference of 1 1/4 inches.
I can tell you're good at this, too.
My favorite kentucky windage (holding off) was the following:
Set the scope for 700 yards kill.
Then remember belly, balls, knees, feet, knees, balls, belly.
Belly = for a 600 yds shot or 50 yards shot.
Balls = for a 500 yds shot or 100 yds shot.
Knees = for a 400 yds shot or 200 yds shot.
Feet = for a 350 yds shot.
This accounts for the entire arc of a long range sniper shot on a military chest shot.
On a deer, most hunters just sight in for 250 yds and shoot flat anywhere from 0 to 400 yards.
I have no idea what your talking about. You busted on some for not using inches instead of mills but this makes no sense to layman.
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