Black Rifles Matter.
- Jun 24, 2019
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March through October is devoted to 6.5CM vs. 308 threads. The remainder of the year can be used for miscellaneous topics such as spin drift, bullets going to sleep, bipod hop, etc.Gah, this thread is just opening the door for another Creedmoor thread...Can we limit those to February in the future too?
March and April can be 6.5 creed vs 308.March through October is devoted to 6.5CM vs. 308 threads. The remainder of the year can be used for miscellaneous topics such as spin drift, bullets going to sleep, bipod hop, etc.
lol, it's all teasing and you're taking it too serious if you think you need to splain it.Gunfire isn't like gentleman's dueling... If you hit the target, and the target goes down, it's a win. You don't get extra points by making it hard on yourself.
Yes, and I'm teasing by being suddenly logical. Keep up.lol, it's all teasing and you're taking it too serious if you think you need to splain it.
either that, or you haven't attended the sh academy session on why .308 sucks.
.30-06? No month for that huh? Bunch damn whippersnappers. Bunch of joggerheaded boil brained flap-dragons.March and April can be 6.5 creed vs 308.
May can be 6.5 creed vs 6 creed.
June can be 6.5 creed vs Swede.
July August can be 6.5 creed vs 260.
September can be 6.5 creed vs the gay tiger.
October can be 6.5 creed vs 6.5 prc
With that sight picture I would work on cheek weld first.
Years ago I got one of these:Woodford Reserve and one big ice cube.
Two inch group at 200 yards is 1ish MOA.Being I ask a lot of questions and can answer very few questions, I will tell a MIL vs MOA story from today.
I shot a group at 400 yards today. I was a 2 inch group 2 inches low. 2 inch group at 200 yards is 0.5 MOA.
I couldn't see the holes in the target so couldn't measure with my MIL reticle, had to walk to the target, look and then do math.
Googled the conversion from MOA to MIL
Take 0.5MOA, divide by 3.43 and find the correction is 0.145 mil. My scope only has 0.1 MIL clicks, so click one and try again.
Also in my looking for answers I found this
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Thank you all for MIL vs MOA February.
Also I somehow copied a picture of a naked Florida guy and cant make it go away.
I have a similar product for making round ice balls. Silicone, and slows the freezing to get clear ice. Love it.Years ago I got one of these:
Spherical Ice Press
Here is where my engineering actually might come in handy: You ever notice when you put square-ish icecubes in a drink, it tends to melt into a generally more roundish edges?
That is the same phenomenon that causes the drink to get diluted faster. By starting with completely spherical ice, it dilutes the drink slower for the amount of heat it absorbs out of the drink.
I tried those, but they always cracked when getting them out of the mold.I have a similar product for making round ice balls. Silicone, and slows the freezing to get clear ice. Love it.
Thanks for that graphic. Now I can use 0.8 : 2.75 as a quick reference for quick and easy mil/moa math in the field.