Originally Posted by Craig_Junior
Thanks bud. Forgot about that, and I agree. But that where the problem is. I did a lot more research, and found out that the longest and average shot most snipers made was 1300 meters, and math is not a strong-suit of mine, so after calculating the distance in yards, well the numbers got to me. Another thing I found out is that with the Range Finder, the highest level on it is 20, and so after calculating, I came around 65 meters between each level, 32.5 for each sub-level. But still, numbers aren't a strength of mine. especially when it comes to measuring distance. Anyone got any ideas on that???
1300 meters in ww2???????????? wtf?you read very wrong my freind, most snipers never shot over 400 yrds in ww2 with springfeilds and w/e else they could scope all were scrambling for sniper rifles at the time,1300 meters? no way not in ww2 europe, whoever wrote that book has no clue my uncle and father fought in ww2 1300 meter,s?You watching too much tv man srry.