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OH MY GOD.

djkwabKL:JEFBLKWJHFBL i am so excited for this!
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I bet it'll destroy my GPU. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by strykerr1 View Post

A bullet does rise in a sense it's angle leaving the barrel is elevated, for a m16 33yrd from the barrel is continued elevation the next time it crosses that plane is on the 300yr line that's why zero our weapons in at 33 and have the same accuracy at 300...so for all intensive purposes the trajectory of the the round as it leave the barrel is increasing and then decreasing, if you take a laser and mount it in the barrel and aim it down range you won't see the laser hitting your target it will be pointed into space.

lmao!

That's why laser bore sighting is performed then? To get a good zero for space travel?
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lmao!

That's why laser bore sighting is performed then? To get a good zero for space travel?

No...that is done so that the weapon is accurate at short ranges.

The spin on a bullet can actually make it rise slightly, but we aren't talking about crazy flying every where Kennedy bullets here. Bullets do not rise up a significant amount on their own. However, the barrels are typically designed with a slight elevation to them or else it is configured into the sights and to put the sights on target you are forced to hold the barrel at an elevation. The M16 in particular is designed that way. All military members zero their sights at 33 yards and then take the same rifle to the 300 yard line and aim directly at the target...they are not Kentucky winding it and aiming above the target...they aim at the target and provided they are not a non-shooting bastard they will hit it. At 33 yards the bullet is going up at the same point it will be coming down at 300 yards. So yes... if a laser pointer was calibrated to aim exactly where the barrel was pointing it would be well above the target.

Bullets don't really rise on their own...they are just shot up.
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No...that is done so that the weapon is accurate at short ranges.

The spin on a bullet can actually make it rise slightly, but we aren't talking about crazy flying every where Kennedy bullets here. Bullets do not rise up a significant amount on their own. However, the barrels are typically designed with a slight elevation to them or else it is configured into the sights and to put the sights on target you are forced to hold the barrel at an elevation. The M16 in particular is designed that way. All military members zero their sights at 33 yards and then take the same rifle to the 300 yard line and aim directly at the target...they are not Kentucky winding it and aiming above the target...they aim at the target and provided they are not a non-shooting bastard they will hit it. At 33 yards the bullet is going up at the same point it will be coming down at 300 yards. So yes... if a laser pointer was calibrated to aim exactly where the barrel was pointing it would be well above the target.

Bullets don't really rise on their own...they are just shot up.

What about in the EST? devil-smiley-019.gif
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interesting mod for arma 2, will try it out.
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interesting mod for arma 2, will try it out.

The Arma 2 mod isnt nearly as good as the bf2 mod. You should try PR BF2 first.
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No...that is done so that the weapon is accurate at short ranges.

*snip*

I am well aware of why bore sighting is done... I have plenty of professional marksmanship training thumb.gif

lol.

It was a joke... which you obviously missed.

But tell me more about your super hard rifle qualification in the military lol.

EDIT: Oh.. and since you brought it up Kentucky windage has to do with windage hold... not elevation.
Edited by di inferi - 9/24/13 at 11:15am
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Didn't know people like to work for free.

I do.
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I am well aware of why bore sighting is done... I have plenty of professional marksmanship training thumb.gif

lol.

It was a joke... which you obviously missed.

But tell me more about your super hard rifle qualification in the military lol.

EDIT: Oh.. and since you brought it up Kentucky windage has to do with windage hold... not elevation.

Sorry, no I did not detect any joke.

I don't think Kentucky Windage is a technical term...it just means correcting your aim by not adjusting the sights. I've heard it refereed to compensating for elevation, wind...even sights that are known to be off.

and I was not bragging about any rifle qualification...just reiterating what the other poster said and using it for an example, because I was under the impression from your post that you didn't understand what it was about. Again, I apologize, but in case you are actually interested...

M16 qualification was done at the 200, 300, and 500 yard line...I don't remember how many of shots it was. I think 10 at each? I actually only did it twice outside of boot camp. My weapon of issue was the XM109 and they were too busy moving me around to have me worry about the M16 most of time. The few times I had one I kept it disassembled in my pack. With the XM109 I had to qualify at 800 yards on a man sized target with .50 cal rounds and then at 1500 yard on a moving and stationary vehicle sized target with 25mm rounds...and hit the kill boxes. I got to use a scope though...the M16 just had peep sights.
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