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    "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    Hopefully I didn't miss where this was clearly stated in other posts; I'm trying to find some more information on the "mph gun" wind technique. From what I understand you get the G1 BC of the bullet and multiply it by 10, and that is the Mph you base...
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    Accessories WTB CDi Tikka T3 AICS Bottom Metal

    Hey guys im looking to buy CDi bottom metal for a tikka T3. its a .223 but it should take SA bottom metal. it goes for a Manners that i forgot to buy. Hook me up guys!
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    Range Report "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    My pleasure, I'll be testing this theory over the weekend at a match more. I wanna prove to myself how accurate it is for my rifle
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    Headaches after longer sessions

    I understand that, I'm just giving you an idea to try to see if it helps you, if your head is completely extended back when you are laying prone it will def put more stress on your neck and spine, if you get the bipod up higher your neck won't need to be as straight as before and it MIGHT help...
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    Headaches after longer sessions

    Try going up a few notches on your bipod, it might relive some of the discomfort
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    Rifle Scopes What would you buy with $1,200 +/-?

    I personally have a Ares BTR, Burris XTR2, and Vortex Viper Gen 2, I'd take the viper any day.
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    Range Report "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    No problem, I also tend to lose track of info when it's scattered lol
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    Range Report "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    So for the sake updating the "rules" for everyone looking at it, here's what I have so far with some example: “X mph Gun” Info/Rules Standard Elevation = 2000ft ASL Standard Velocity = 2800 fps For every 200fps increase your mph increase by 1 mph, and vise versa. For every 4000ft increase in...
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    Range Report "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    Now the 2,000 ft rule, if you're at -2k the mph would drop and if you're at 6k the mph would increase I assume? What about the different jumps you get the further you go out, are there standards, or is there too many variables to have fast standards for those?
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    Range Report "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    So personally I run a 6.5CM with a 130gr JLK @ approx 3050fps. So I would be at a 7mph base instead of a 6mph?
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    Range Report "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    Yeah I wanna pay more attention to what my initial wind hold should be, usually I use what my kestrel says but I never payed a ton of attention to validateing wind holds like I do elevevation data. So if my kestrel said 0.8R I would mentally think "0.8R but your metaphorical mileage may vary"...
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    Range Report Indoor range load development

    Only thing I can think of being a issue would be if you work a load up via group size. Since there is 0 wind indoors that could help aid in the group size method? I use SD/ES for load development so I don't worry about the wind much during my tests
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    Range Report "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    Thanks for the info/validation Frank, I've been listing back on some of your older podcasts on the issues and picking up what I can out of them.
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    Range Report "X MPH Gun" wind info/rules

    Hopefully I didn't miss where this was clearly stated in other posts; I'm trying to find some more information on the "mph gun" wind technique. From what I understand you get the G1 BC of the bullet and multiply it by 10, and that is the Mph you base your chart on. I.e 175 SMK G1 BC = .474 x...
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    Training Courses A girl looking for a long range course to take

    Hey Creedmoor Girl, look up Melissa Gilliand, she's a great person/shooter and shes been doing all-women precision rifle courses all over the country, that might be a good route to try.