Holding-over is a method of trajectory compensation whereby, upon establishing a base zero, no further adjustments are made to the elevation turret from shot to shot when changing the target distance. Fakel designers Bolotov and Mizrokhi cite 60G capability at sea level, and 20G at 30,000 metres, the latter using thruster control. And not only that, it’s worse trying to write with the onscreen keyboard in a regular Android app, because the predictive text is not active in ConnectBot. If I had a small hardware keyboard, I’d be more inclined to do actual writing on this setup.
This is usually facilitated by the use of a ‘Mil-dot’, or Multi-line reticule. 7.2. Multi-Aimpoint Reticules The standard duplex (thick-to-thin post) reticule, while perfectly acceptable for hunting at short range, is found wanting when it comes to accurately compensating for trajectory. This difference depends on the light conditions, your age, your fitness at the moment etc. The MobileOrg workflow is based on the idea that your mobile device doesn’t have the horsepower to compute agendas on the fly. The range markings on the wheel can be read without ‘breaking stance’, i.e: coming out of position. You now have a scope that will rangefind for all the distances between each extremity of the rifles plotted trajectory.
Use only one layer of shimming which is 1 mm thick at most. Gen. Meelis Kiili, the commander of the Estonian Defense League. This requires the shooter to have good spatial awareness and to know how small distances such as an inch relate to the killzone on a distant target. The most widespread is where the whole eye bell twists round and sets with a locking ring which screws down onto the eye bell. Airmobile units are designed and trained for air insertion and vertical envelopment («a maneuver in which troops, either air-dropped or air-landed, attack the rear and flanks of a force, in effect cutting off or encircling the force».), air resupply, and if necessary air extraction. Let’s see, why: 1. Scope is offset — this is the case when the scope is not in the symmetry plane of the rifle but it is shifted to either side.