Originally Posted by Brian.Samson
For any trajectory plotting application getting the scope height wrong can give very inaccurate answers.
This has been asked and answered before :
Use the "Tin Foil' Method if you want Chairgun to give you answers that are close to reality.
Noted height important - length from muzzle to scope saddle not so.
After a bit of a mare this weekend at East Devon - I have decided to invest the time to set up my comp set up properly so - upcoming chrono session, scope reposition by centering scope on Optical centre - using adjustable mounts . use CG to get a rough estimate re clicks then time on the range ranging accurately. Will be doing out doors on a nice still day (if we ever get one) - Just want to get out of my head that the kit is the issue (when I know its the driver), gain some confidence and so improve my comp results throughout the year. Can't get much worse!!