|Or.... since you know your drops from your scope zero using Point Blank, you can get real close(on paper) by dividing the number of inches of drop by the number of hundred yards to target to get MOA. - referencing the chart above...|
50" of drop at 5 hundred yards = 50/5 or 10 moa times the number of clicks per moa on your scope (4) equal come ups. In this case I would have used 40 clicks.
Looking at the stock chart from the calculator its says I should use 38 clicks. This would be two clicks or 1/2 moa difference, at 500 yards that is 2.5" You cannot hold the cross hairs that still...
For 600 yards that would be 86"/6 X 4=57 clicks - Calculator says 55 clicks. Still close enough for casual work on steel gongs.
Great Info Dawgdad this is the stuff I'm lookin for
. My scope has 1/8 clicks I may do what was suggested by chambered221 and shim the scope to get more adjustment