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Old 19th December 2009, 10:07 AM
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Tench Tench is offline
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If a scope is "true mildot" then 1 dot is 1" at 27.777 yards, (100/3.6) to enable more accurate prediction of mildots in respect of trajectory when using CG etc i have measured my own scope against a ruler, i found that my scope is giving me 1" per dot at 30 yards, 6 dots span 6" at this distance when on maximum mag, 10x, adjusting the magnification in CG tells me that my scope if it is true mildot is working at a magnifcation of 10.8, the mag is irrelavent, what is more important is the fact that the program is now calibrated to my scopes settings so it is displaying what i should be getting on the range.

Cheers Simon.
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