Ok this is kind of a complex question. I kinda understand how burris's corr@100yard system works and can get the calculations by dividing the bullet drop by the shot distance X 100= Corr@100yds but how do I apply it to my ballistic plex reticle. I have the tech notes from burris and it has the reticle and has the yds besides each reticle mark and has corr@100yds I'm wondering if these numbers are for the ballistic plex reticle its self and if you are to match the numbers you get from your caliber to there numbers they give and add/subtract the difference. Here are the numbers 200yd -3.1" 1.54Corr@100yds
300yd -13.5" 4.51Corr@100yds
400yd -30.1" 7.52Corr@100yds
They use these numbers with a example for the 308 Win 150grain
so I'm not sure if its for the 308win. Here is the link if you have no idea what I'm talking about.http://www.burrisoptics.com/pdf/BALLPLEX.pdf
I'm shooting a 22-250 55 grain bullet at 3680FPS.