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What would rough elevation come up on a 6mmBR-28"1/8@ 28-29fps/105-107gr Blts. Starting with a 200yrd zero. Excuse me a 1K come up to get on the paper? Tanks: CHUCK
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What would rough elevation come up on a 6mmBR-28"1/8@ 28-29fps/105-107gr Blts. Starting with a 200yrd zero. Excuse me a 1K come up to get on the paper? Tanks: CHUCK


Assuming a 2850fps muzzle velocity and a .54 BC, you would have 285-290 inches of drop from a 200yd zero. Call it 28 moa (1 moa - 1.04"). So you need 112 up clicks with a 1/4 moa per click scope. Keep in mind this is just the prediction of a program--but that should get you on paper. Some guys are doing it with 26 moa.
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