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Thread: 270 Winchester power point 130 grn trajectory.

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    270 Winchester power point 130 grn trajectory.

    I'm looking for trajectory graph for this bullet from o -300 yard. I've zeroed mine at bang on 100 which is my usual range of shot, I'm curious to se what the flight path of this bullet is especially sub 100 yard, I know at 50 it's shooting roughly 4 inch high,, anyone here looked into this at any great detail,?

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    I'll leave somebody else to supply the answer, but 4 inches high at 50 yrds with 100 yrd zero does not sound right to me. Are you using a scope or iron sights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTO View Post
    I'll leave somebody else to supply the answer, but 4 inches high at 50 yrds with 100 yrd zero does not sound right to me. Are you using a scope or iron sights?
    I have to agree with this! I'm not doubting the OP but if the rifle is zeroed "spot on" at 100 yards then 4 inches high at 50 yards doesn't sound quite right.



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    When I zeroed it in I started at 50 yards then moved out 100. At 100 the rifle was then shooting 4 inch high, this is a scoped rifle, this I a very fast bullet (3100fps)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosco View Post
    When I zeroed it in I started at 50 yards then moved out 100. At 100 the rifle was then shooting 4 inch high, this is a scoped rifle, this I a very fast bullet (3100fps)
    rosco try this - Ballistics Calculator | Applied Ballistics, LLC Regards JCS

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    ~ -0.5"@50 -9"ish @300 with 100yd zero
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    Don't zero at 50 yards. If you're looking to shoot out to 300 yards, zero at 200 yards. This should give you roughly 2" high at 100 yards, 2" low at 240 yards and 6 ish" low at 300 yards.

    The Norma ballistic calculator is quite simple to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosco View Post
    When I zeroed it in I started at 50 yards then moved out 100. At 100 the rifle was then shooting 4 inch high, this is a scoped rifle, this I a very fast bullet (3100fps)
    I have a box of the 130's and 2 boxes of the 150 PP's

    This is a 3 shot group @ 200 off quad sticks using the 150's

    It is A4 lined paper with the lines are 8mm wide



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    Quote Originally Posted by rosco View Post
    When I zeroed it in I started at 50 yards then moved out 100. At 100 the rifle was then shooting 4 inch high, this is a scoped rifle, this I a very fast bullet (3100fps)
    That sounds more like it. Set it to hit 1 inch high at 100 yrds, then try it at 50 yrds.

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