A must for anyone who has a Mil-Dot scope. An analog calculator designed similar to a slide rule, performs the following operations: Range to target, bullet drop and wind drift compensation, angle of fire for uphill and downhill shots.
Technical Information: Mildot Master Range and Bullet Drop Calculation Guide
Material: Flexible plastic, comes with instruction manual.
An analog calculator designed along the principle of a slide rule, utilizing logarithmic and inverse logarithmic scales
developed specifically for performing the following operations:
Calculation of range to target, based on a measurement of the target with a mildot reticle, by aligning the estimated target
size directly opposite the mildot measurement, and then reading the range at an index mark.
Calculation of the amount of sight correction necessary to compensate for bullet drop and/or wind drift for a given range,
enabling the shooter to determine either the equivalent telescopic sight adjustment (minute-of-angle, or MOA) or the equivalent
hold-over (mils), by reading equivalents in both MOA and mils directly opposite the bullet drop/wind drift figure.
Angle of fire for uphill or downhill shots can be accurately measured, and the up/down compensation can be closely
calculated to reduce the errors such shots can induce.
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