I found this to be interesting:

By using the ATrag software, one can build his own speed shooting formula for his gun. After zeroing and then truing the gun. The user then can go to the TR under TARGET and place the target size in inches (12”). Then go through the following

1.2 = 254m = 1 mil

1 = 305m = 1.5 mils

.8 = 381m = 2.2 mils

.7 = 435m = 2.9 mils

.6 = 508m = 3.9 mils

.5 = 610m = 5.2 mils

By doing this, we have now built a dope sheet to perfect match our gun for these mil measurements. This will work out to 610m without ever having to know the distance of the target.

As you look at your holds you have just gathered. You will notice if you take the size of the image mil of the target and remove the decimal and then add the actual hold to it. The actual holds nearly equal 10, within a moa. So, 10 doesn’t mean anything, it just becomes the numbers that allows you to remember your hold.

Example:

Target mils .6, hold 4 mils: 6 + 4 = 10

Target mils .7, hold 3 mils: 7 + 3 = 10

This works really well out to 600m and allows the shooter to quickly engage a target with an accurate hold using the mil system, with an MOA, without ever having to know the distance of the target. It is a mil association drill.

I found this here it is about half way down.

http://horusvision.wordpress.com/2011/04/15/how-to-use-the-h58-reticle-by-todd-hodnett/

What do you guys think, useful or not and if so can some one help expand on this info.

Thanks,

John

By using the ATrag software, one can build his own speed shooting formula for his gun. After zeroing and then truing the gun. The user then can go to the TR under TARGET and place the target size in inches (12”). Then go through the following

1.2 = 254m = 1 mil

1 = 305m = 1.5 mils

.8 = 381m = 2.2 mils

.7 = 435m = 2.9 mils

.6 = 508m = 3.9 mils

.5 = 610m = 5.2 mils

By doing this, we have now built a dope sheet to perfect match our gun for these mil measurements. This will work out to 610m without ever having to know the distance of the target.

As you look at your holds you have just gathered. You will notice if you take the size of the image mil of the target and remove the decimal and then add the actual hold to it. The actual holds nearly equal 10, within a moa. So, 10 doesn’t mean anything, it just becomes the numbers that allows you to remember your hold.

Example:

Target mils .6, hold 4 mils: 6 + 4 = 10

Target mils .7, hold 3 mils: 7 + 3 = 10

This works really well out to 600m and allows the shooter to quickly engage a target with an accurate hold using the mil system, with an MOA, without ever having to know the distance of the target. It is a mil association drill.

I found this here it is about half way down.

http://horusvision.wordpress.com/2011/04/15/how-to-use-the-h58-reticle-by-todd-hodnett/

What do you guys think, useful or not and if so can some one help expand on this info.

Thanks,

John