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'Scope Sight Settings and Adjustment




      An instance of the Sight Table that displays the trajectory of a bullet fired from a  telescope sighted rifle zeroed at 228 yards. This zero range is the result of a Point-Blank-Range calculation restricting the bullet path to 3 inches above and 3 inches below the line of sight.


      This particular telescope has adjustments, initially entered in the Sight Configuration field on the Data Entry page, that move the bullet strike 0.125 inches at 100 yards for each click or graduation on the adjustment knob.


      The chart  indicates the amount of adjustment in either Minutes-of-Angle or adjustment clicks to re-zero the sights to the various ranges shown at the left of the chart.


     The column on the right indicates the windage adjustment graduations needed to correct for the gyroscopic wind drift at each range.





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