MLR gr BTHP Match

Distance

1 mil

1 mil

Walking Target *

10 mph

45 Degree

Yards

Actual

Rounded

Lead

Crosswind

Up/Down Coi

100

3.6"

4"

7"

0.6"

0.7"

200

7.2"

7"

13"

3.0"

3.3"

300

10.8"

11"

21"

7.0"

7.8"

400

14.4"

14"

29"

12.7"

15.0"

500

18.0"

18"

37"

20.8"

24.0"

600

21.6"

22"

46"

31.4"

37.0"

700

25.2"

25"

56"

44.3"

54.0"

800

28.8"

29"

68"

60.1"

75.0"

900

32.4"

32"

80"

79.1"

102.0"

1000

36.0"

36"

93"

101.1"

135.0"

Assumes 3 mph walking speed.

Assumes 3 mph walking speed.

target could be long gone by the time you renew your aim. If there's plenty of time, with your target lax and unconcerned about your possible presence, by all means, dial all your dope and take that picture-perfect shot. But quite often you'll find that a well-placed shot, fired quickly, is more certain of success than a perfectly planned shot fired a little later.

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