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Finally got to test tables out today almost no wind. I took a few shots at different ranges using both holdover and under before the final test. I was kind of surprised how well it worked, and I can add a new longest confirmed kill to hunting post(133 yards using table ).
I have ordered CE Pro and indoor light kit, Chrono always a good tool to have to tune gun. I plan on purchasing a much better rifle next spring(saving up and waiting on a few new guns to hit market) so I know this Is better gotten now than later.
davidbotha- I know it’s better to not use holdover, but my known 112 yard target was a tree stump that didn’t give much vertical room. My educated guess was to see what people had chronographed their stock gun at with jsb kings and use similar starting point. The hardest part is trying to eliminate as much of the human error as possible.