bible reading by chapter checklist Bullet Trajectory

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Goal, to know height bullet travels over line of sight, both zero’s, path and yardage of a Point Blank Range so no holdover needed. Enter your bullet data, then compare 2 bullets paths, side by side. A sheet also to enter one bullet info, it then shows

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Description

Blue numbers in cells gives height above line of sight, and negative numbers are in red of the path below line of sight. giving clear info, and to quickly change any of the “sight in” distance to see a different paths, until it’s clear what “one” is best, for PBR path (Point Blank Range).

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Release List

  • Release Description Compatibility Operating Systems License Release notes  
  • 1.6 Enter your (one) bullet data, ten Zero’s can be selected side by side, with 70 cell below each showing point of impact, to know its path. Or compare 2 different bullets trajectory side by side. 6.0 Linux, Windows AL

    Increment in yardage of bullet path below the top “sight in” cell, is your choice, from an increment of 1 yard per cell to increment of 200 per cell. To when bullet touches ground!

    Blue numbers in cells gives height above line of sight, and negative numbers are in red of the path below line of sight. giving clear info, and to quickly change any of the “sight in” distance to see a different paths, until it’s clear what “one” is best, for PBR path (Point Blank Range).

    Goal is a long PBR, which is, if a target is 1”, half being .5”, PBR then is a bullets path no higher above line of sight than .5” and the distance it travels below line of sight within .5”. The longer the PBR the better, no hold under then needed. And hold over is pushed out to it’s farthest distance, just past PBR, once know.

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  • 1.2 Goal, to know height bullet travels over line of sight, both zero’s, path and yardage of a Point Blank Range so no holdover needed. 5.4 Linux, Windows MPL

    Blue numbers in cells gives height above line of sight, and negative numbers are in red of the path below line of sight. giving clear info, and to quickly change any of the “sight in” distance to see a different paths, until it’s clear what “one” is best, for PBR path (Point Blank Range).

     

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