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Old April 25, 2018, 05:05 PM   #6
kraigwy
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RC20 you can and I did, drift the front sight to get a "no wind" value.

However, if you're shooting a match, lets say a normal 20 shot string at 600, the wind may, and often does change between shots.

Its not practical, nor safe to be drifting the front sight on the rifle while on the firing line.

Kentucky windage is kind of a must.
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