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Old 06-29-2022, 11:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Bml View Post
Pretty good video. The example and graphics of calculating sight movement was unnecessarily complicated and not clear or complete. It is much simpler using a ratio and not calling it a constant. The triangles should be overlayed so it is clear the angles match.

If you canít recall how to derive the equation, it is

Sight adjustment = (sight radius)*(impact distance from Point of aim)/36/(distance from target)

Sight adjustment, sight distance and sight radius are in inches and distance from target is in yards. 36 is the conversion of yards to inches.
I think you mean

Sight adjustment = (sight radius)*(impact distance from Point of aim)/(36*(distance from target))

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