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Old July 30, 2012, 05:36 PM   #9
emcon5
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Honestly, for the calculations, you shouldn't need to fire a shot after the initial sight in.

Get a red sharpie, and a ruler, and mark 1" lines above and below your point of aim. Look at the target and determine the spacing in MOA, then run your numbers.

Once you have figured out where the math says they will hit, go shoot at that range and see if it matches reality.
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