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About a month or so ago on my last post, I had a question regarding having a custom turret made for my new Vortex scope. It centered around the footage above sea level where I would be shooting, because I was getting a big swing in height.
The members who were kind enough to reply said that this figure was not so much a big deal, and that I should be more concerned with barometric pressure when finalizing my numbers.
Does this mean that if I'm shooting under cloudy conditions with a front moving through (low pressure), my numbers will vary greatly as opposed to a blue bird day (high pressure), or are we really splitting hairs here?
I like to measure powder by the cup.
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