Distance to Target Yards

Degree Slope

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

1000

5 Degrees

.01 "

.04"

.10"

.20"

.33"

.51"

.74"

1.0"

1.4"

1.8"

10 Degrees

.04"

.16"

.40"

.75"

1.2"

1.9"

2.7"

3.9"

5.2"

6.9"

15 Degrees

.09"

.38"

.91"

1.7"

2.8"

4.3"

6.3"

8.7"

12"

16"

20 Degrees

.16"

.67"

1.6"

3.0"

5.0"

7.7"

11"

15"

21"

28"

25 Degrees

.25"

1.0"

2.5"

4.7"

7.8"

12"

17"

24"

33"

43"

30 Degrees

.30"

1.5"

3.5"

6.7"

11"

17"

25"

34"

47"

62"

35 Degrees

.48"

2.0"

4.8"

9.0"

15"

23"

33"

47"

63"

84"

40 Degrees

.62"

2.6"

6.3"

12"

19"

30"

43"

60"

82"

108"

45 Degrees

.70"

3.3"

7.8"

15"

24"

37"

54"

75"

102"

135"

50 Degrees

.90"

4.0"

9.6"

18"

30"

46"

66"

92"

125"

165"

55 Degrees

1.1"

4.8"

11"

21"

35"

54"

79"

110"

149"

197"

60 Degrees

1.3"

5.6"

13"

25"

41"

64"

92"

128"

174"

232"

REMEMBER: Always compensate by aiming LOW. (Shading = 4 inches or more)

REMEMBER: Always compensate by aiming LOW. (Shading = 4 inches or more)

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