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Reply Jacob December 25, 2016 at 06:39 Hi Sven, Merry Christmas! I am using your method to determine the scope height. How can I know the distance I end up with is going to give me the correct scope height? Thanks, George Reply sven September 10, 2015 at 07:28 Hi George, Thank you for your reply. Site design by Getting Dirty Designs. And you need to fiddle around in Chairgun. in actually shooting the pellets land right at 1 mil under crosshairs. I am going to range test the gun today at image effects free software download from 10y to 100y and track the actual path of the pellets. (LogOut/Change) You are commenting using your Google+ account. Reply scott shepherd September 7, 2015 at 04:30 i am having an issue with my chairgun calculations. The middle of that thin white stripe to the center point was my measurement 1.753.
The method of the Hawke representative that you mention will work and give you a result that is usually not far off. I used painters blue tape to make horizontal tangent stripes inside the 1.53 mark and outside the 2.03 mark and then progressively taped in by 0.053 until I saw the edge of the tape coming close to the horizontal crosshair, furniture designing software free download I approached from the other side until I could just see a white line behind and centered vertically on the horizontal crosshair. To get a 35 yard zero and 1 mil low at 70 yards the scope height needs to be set to 4,5 inch ! Im sure that woudl not have gone unnoticed as well. (LogOut/Change) You are commenting using your Twitter account. I agree that your way of calibrating Chairgun at 7,8,9 and 10 meters will work as well. What I did was make a wheel with a wooden dowel axle taped to snugly fit the bore of my .22 air rifle. My experience is that at short distance this experimentally determined scopeheight (and at long distances the pellet BC value) determine whether the Chairgun curve matches the pellet trajectory. But it has only a minimal effect. When I click the plus and minus button to change the sight base distance I need to change the sight base by more than 5 inch to see the POI in clicks (1/4 moa) react.
I assume that slight Off centre shot was a result of my hole in the foil not being exactly in the centre? Regards Geoff Reply sven October 26, 2016 at 08:22 Hi Geoff, Thanks for posting your experiences here. This will give you your scope height for Chairgun. The distance from the scope-objective to the muzzle is relatively small compared to the distance from de muzzle to the first zero point. Post to Cancel . Try 5 shots in a row to see if the problem is consistent. Im going to bring all my test equipment (lap top, tablet, chrono, targets, range finder, gps, tape measure, ruler, whiskey) out and try to resolve my problem. And at this shallow angle half a foot, or even a full foot, will make only a small difference.