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260 Remington Ballistics Table ? Help !!!

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Aaron2091, Feb 22, 2011.

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  1. Aaron2091

    Aaron2091 Member

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    Does anyone have a mil based ballisticts table out to a thousand yards for 260 remington. I am looking for one with the common loads....120 and 140 gr at least. I don't have an Iphone or Ipod so I am not interested in the JBM tables. I have looked around and am willing to shell out a few bucks for a good table but can't seem to find one.

    Thanks for any help anyone can give.:)
     
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    Gee , you have the internet. If it exists it's on the net some where.
     
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    WYcoyote thanks for the help...that sight works great....may be only in moa but I can convert it.....Thanks again
     
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    why wouldn't you just use the JBM website?
     
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    PointBlank is an outstanding free software program that you might find useful. It too is only in MOA (actually inches IIRC), but is easily converted and affords many useful options and features that others leave out (like tools for PBR, energy, TKO value, recoil energy/velocity, a simple conversion tool [to change those in. into cm, & yds into meters, et cetera], BC, and SD). The only fault I have found it is limits your distance to 1k yds. and projectiles weight below ~1000 grains (so figuring the trajectory of a cannon at .75mi. is beyond its capability).

    :)
     
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