Free Mil Dot calculator
Click to enlarge. (I just finished this, I'll make it look nice later on). Print, glue to a cereal box, cut between the vertical lines (leave some cardboard at the top and bottom to make a window.) The left numbers are target size in mils. Middle sliding numbers, known target size in inches. Left number, drop in mils. Read drop off at the mark on the right. So 20" target covers 2 mils, drop is 0.6 mils for this load (actual ballistics table in this post). The range is actually 280 yards, but. You don't need to know what the range is, just hold crosshairs 0.6 mils high. The cardboard slide rule is all you need for no-math mildot ranging and bullet drop calculation. You have to print a different slide rule for each load, though, the new Java program does this. Ballistics isn't rocket science! p.s. I'll add windage and drop. But I want to know the range! OK, the markers on the left are 25 yards apart. The bottom one is 100 yards.
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