How often have you stared at a ballistic table and wondered what the image in the scope should be to hit the target at distance?
The “Compute Sight Pictures” input array below connects to a handful of pre-computed trajectories. It the original version of the utility and is very useful if the trajectory and scope image are close enough to yours to work.
Two newer versions are available that offer improved turn-around speed. The first and most recently introduced is Build Sight Pictures! All you need for this version is the drop at 500 yards when your rifle and load are zeroed at 200 yards. Of course, if you also enter the 500 yd drift for a 10 mph wind the wind drift will be more accurately presented. This utility is surprisingly easy to use, especially when doing excursions in range and wind speed. Go to Build Sight Pictures!
If the zero is different than 200 yards or you have precise drop and drift data for a particular range, try using the QuickPix sight picture calculator. Go to QuickPix
Alternative target imags and scope configurations are available in all three ver
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