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I need them for the Rapid-Z 1000.  Anyone know where to find them?  Thanks!
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the 1000 z is a bit different than the other z reticles, the calibrations in moa are set for 168 thru 190 gr bullets between 2400 fps and 2600 fps and depend on the bc. which is the basic range for 308 long range rounds. So I can give you the moa between each hash for my loads (hot 30-06 load in 190) it wouldn't help unless you ballistic profile is the same. However you can easily build your own. Using JBM calculator in the web -- type in your information and set the poi for 500 yds. Then using the zeiss ballistic web site find the corresponding data for your scope. compare the two sets of data for the same pts. Another difficulty in giving you an answer-- it depends on magnification range of the scope you are using. if you're using a 308 load it will look something like 11 moa, high 100, 8 200 ---zero at 500 then back to around 26 moa for 1000 yds. at about 23 power on a 24x, or about 10 on a 14x
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It's a Zeiss Ballistic calculator and it may help you out.  You'll have to enter your zip code and email address to access it.
 
Jim
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