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    Default How to calculate your far Zero

    How do you calculate you far zero when sighting your scope in? I remember seeing a chart once, somewhere (not sure if it was here though), and I know about the 20m-30m and 15m-40m near-far zero but if I want a 70m far zero (for example) what would my near zero be? Is there a equation I can use the incorporates muzzle velocity and pellet weight that I could use to get precise measurements? I could maybe plot a parabola graph with?
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    It depends on pellet speed & weight, scope height, BC, temperature, humidity, position of the moon, when last you shaved, etc.

    Use chairgun to determine it.
    Last edited by Mark_F; 12-02-19 at 11:32.
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    Use Chairgun or Strelok to calculate it.
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    Ok thanks I'll download chairgun now and add all that in
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