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Old 20th January 2013, 04:20 PM
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I would just pull the string tight to the bottom of the peg and measure the angle with my Clinometer.
Shooters vary in height, as do pegs so the only position has to be the bottom of the peg.

Most targets have the string connected under the kill so they won't vary much. You'll be correct to a couple of minutes of angle.

or you could just guess

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