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Old November 13, 2019, 12:08 PM   #2
Bart B.
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You'll first have to get actual sight settings for the ammo at both ranges. If the difference matches what the lens prism changes the LOS angle, it might work.

That assumes the prism light bending axis is perfectly aligned to the bullet's drop. Otherwise there'll be a windage error at the longer range.

And their definition of MOA is the same as yours. 1.0000" or 1.0472" per hundred yards.

Note scopes usually have a small percentage error in their adjustments due to tolerances in lenses.

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