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POI Measurements

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by grunt, Jul 20, 2007.

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  1. grunt

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    Cant find the measurements that were posted awhile back. Shooting from 13yds at the mark POI was 60/40 if 11/2 inchs above mark. Cant remember the rest. Thanks for your help. Dave
     
  2. Tailbuster

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    As I recall, for a rough estimation it was 1 inch above point of aim 60/40, 2 inches 70/30, 3 inches 80/20. Might try to search post for Neil Winston for more detail.

    all the best,
    john
     
  3. grunt

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    Thank you for missing me. No I wont be at Iowa. Give Brenda a hug for me shes a sweetheart. Shoot well Tom. Dave
     
  4. chc

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    This is what I saw posted- since it is for 40 yards you would need to adjust the "inches high" accordingly for 13 yards


    Based on a 30 inch pattern @ 40 yards


    A gun that shoots to the POA is 50/50

    A gun that shoots 3 inches high is 60/40

    A gun that shoots 6 inches high is 70/30

    A gun that shoots 9 inches high is 80/20

    A gun that shoots 12 inches high is 90/10

    A gun that shoots 15 inches high is 100/0
     
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