Quickfix Degree Updown Compensation On A Bdc Distance

Actual Yards

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

@ .9 Distance

180

270

360

450

540

630

720

Effect of .7

1.0"

3.0"

6.0"

8.5"

13.0"

27.0"

34.4"

Needed Hold

1.5"

3.5"

6.7"

11.1"

17.0"

24.7"

34.4"

Error

0.5"

0.5"

0.7"

2.5"

4.0

4.7"

4.4"

(0.7 of 500 yards), aiming dead-on, and letting rip. Look at the chart showing 45-degree quickfix compensation, which shows the actual yards, what 0.7 of these distances equal, how low you'll be holding in inches, and the amount of error you've accepted.

When your target is 30 degrees up/down the process is the same, except now you use 0.9 so that when you're shooting 600 yards you set your BDC at 540 yards and aim dead-on, etc. Again, you're accepting some error, but it's relatively tiny at most distances.

The only warning I must add is to never use quick-fix or any of my angle-generalizing techniques for hostage-rescue shots. That's time to get out your notebook and calculate the precise, exact hold jrou'll need and apply it meticulously.

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