Robert Prudhomme Posted January 21, 2015 Author Share Posted January 21, 2015 Sorry about that. I had to end the last post at the bottom of that table, as I could not find a way to type past it.Anyways, our figures for the 4 yard zero and 4" high impact at 15 yards now give us a figure, at 100 yards, of 32.22", meaning this rifle would shoot 32.22" high of the point of aim at 100 yards.I'm afraid Mr. Frazier has some explaining to do, as his testimony states that the rifle only shot 2.5 - 5 inches high of the point of aim at 100 yards and not the 22 - 32.22 inches high the ballistics calculator shows. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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