HANDGUN BALLISTICS. is what your referring to, a 3x9 will do quite well. I have a .270. I would suggest giving this a try. Adjust as required. 25 yard zero=2.77 inches high at 100 yards.270 WCF Winchester Silvertip 130gr. The .22LR bullet, with its low velocity and low BC, simply cannot shoot very flat much beyond about 50 yards. In this case, our "book" data says this round impacts 5.4 inches low at 200 yards when a rifle's zeroed for 100 yards, so to hit dead-on (and be zeroed at 200 yards), just raise your sight 5.4 inches. This is my first foray into the .270 world, by the way. Lv 7. I use a 200 yard zero, that puts me a hair high at 100. S. Southern Well-Known Member. Replies (7) Share: 0 0. I'm not familiar with 243 trajectories. This calculator will produce a ballistic trajectory chart that shows the bullet drop, bullet energy, windage, and velocity. This places that same.270 bullet 0.4 inches low at 25 yards, 1.41 inches high at 100 yards, 2.51 inches low at 250 yards and finally slips below the 6 inch vital zone at 257 yards. Should I zero it in at a longer distance? With a 200-yard zero, the older .270 Win. Basically you can hold just about dead-on out to 200 yards, and at about 250, you'd be about 3" low, or, if necessary -- at 300 yards just about 6" or 7" low. You can research MPBR and see why the 200 or even 250 yard ZERO can be advantageous;only reason to sigh in for a 100 yard ZERO is to have a 100 yard target picture. For Hornady .270 130gr GMX Superperformance the point blank range would be about 270 yards. Setting the .270 to zero at 26 yards is the best way to cover everything up to 300 yards pretty easily with no holdover to think about just an inch or so hold under from 100 to 250 yards. Notice that the bullet starts below the target, arches upward to 70 meters, is level with the target at 131 meters (150 yards) and then falls below the target after 131 meters. That'll tell you where to fix your zero aim point for a kill shot without a lot of unnecessary vertical adjustment while in the field. I'd say you aren't getting close to the factory stated velocity. These pages typically show data for "Short-Range Trajectory" (or "Average Trajectory") and "Long-Range Trajectory" with zero distances and trajectory profiles for shooting at different ranges. The Federal Ballistics Calculator lets you quickly determine the trajectory for any rifle or handgun load, and save data for an unlimited number of loads. Joined Aug 14, 2013 Messages 4,320 Location Grants Pass, Oregon. That puts it almost dead on at 200 . Sighting-in a hunting rifle to hit a certain number of inches high at 100 yards (or 100 meters) maximizes the point blank range of the rifle and cartridge and is superior to zeroing at a fixed distance like 200 yards. Now look at the 200-yard targets. What should the bulletts trajectory be at 50, 100, and 200 yds? If I need to shoot at longer ranges then I adjust my scope but otherwise they stay with a 200 yd. At 300 in going to be about 3 inches low. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Set up a target at precisely 18 meters (19.5 yards). I bought a couple boxes of Hornady Superformance 130 gr SST factory loads upon the recommendation of friend. I've thought about a 300 zero but i'm not sure.. any help would be appreciated. If your trying to print groups out past 200 yds. Mar 6, 2013 #4 I zero at 200, inch high at hundred, 5 centimetre clicks up on the turret for 300 ( nearly 6" low at 300) and 7 more for 400. Didn't make it out last weekend as it was to windy, going out on Sunday and hopefully I can use the information you have shared. To optimize the flat trajectory of cartridges like the 7mm Rem. Hunting related news and personal stories. with a 180-grain bullet. 150 yard zero on mine. 0 0. Jan 14, 2018 #10 R. Rich Coyle Well-Known Member. 200 yards zero you will be 1 inch high at 100.around 5 inch down at 300, Claret_Dabbler Well-Known Member. RIFLE BALLISTICS. For deer a good point blank range is +/-3", which means you can aim directly on a target and your bullet will impact +/-3" of your aim point. how did you figure that out? However, it's simple to click them up to a 200-yard zero in the field and I typically do just that. I happen to zero most all of my rifles dependent upon where my highest trajectory with that specific bullet and rifle doesn't exceed more than +3.5 inches high from the bench. The 200 yard zero is a perfect distance to zero as well. HANDGUN BALLISTICS. I would say, "Why zero a .270 for less than 200 yards?" The bullet is on the rise for the first 125 yards. I'm not familiar with 243 trajectories. Today’s ammunition hits noticeably harder and kills are much faster, especially out at the 200 yard mark. I calculate the maximum point blank range of the rifle/ammo combo and sight it in for that. 270 Winchester: Ballistic Silvertip® 130: 2685: 3050: 270 Winchester: E-Tip: 130: 2685: 3050: 270 Winchester: Power Core: 130: 2702: 3060: 270 Winchester: XP3: 150: 2898: 2950: 270 Winchester: XP3: 130: 2685: 3050 . 6 years ago. It is good advice and I have a few rifles zero’ed for 50 myself, but it’s not the “best zero”. You are using an out of date browser. The average drop at the 100 yards is 1.3 Inches up, but then at 200 yards, the bullet drop is at 0 (200 yards is the zero point or the range the rifle is sited for). Ballistics data is the measured trajectory of a bullet or arrow at specific distances. Muzzle Velocity. It's personal preference. Now, since we're converting from a 100 -yard zero trajectory to a 200-yard zero trajectory, we begin by looking at how much we must adjust to rezero to the new distance. For hunting guns I have been setting my zero stop at 100 yards and my actual turret zero at 200, ballistic calculators have the 200 yard zero. A deer or antelope hit with a 150-grain SPCL bullet at 400 to 450 yards from the .30-06 or .300 Win. Replies (7) Options Top. The trajectory of a 270 peaks at about 125 yards. Broad wounding continues out to around 450 yards after which, wound channels are more proportionate to caliber. In all, this 200-yard zero is a really good all-around point for the 5.56 cartridge used at practical distances out to 300 yards. zero. Notice that the cluster shrinks on each target as the velocity increases. I use a 270 for long range work. So the WSM has an edge, albeit a slight one. on a personal note and from experience with 243s and AI I alwasy zero at 200 yards,although I only use a 70 to 80 gr bullet,if you use a ballistic program correctly IE putting real time data into it,bullet weight,bullet BC,FPS,scope higth above bore ect ect,the good programes like Exbell will give your optimun zero range in my case its 214 yards to hit a 2 inch target . 10ozMatt LSU Fan Fishing in the buff Member since Aug 2009 526 posts. 12-10-2016, 09:31 AM The 150g.270 bullet can be expected to drop an incremental 3" from 100 to 200 yards and 6" to 7.5" between 200 and 300 yards according to Barnes ballistic data. Loaded with 130 to 150 grain bullets, the .270 WBY produces high shock for fast killing out to ranges of around 325 yards. This can be useful in comparing cartridges or loads. I'm taking my new 270 to the range on Sunday to get it zeroed so I can finish out the last couple weeks of deer season with it. Many factors will influence your own results. I suggest sighting in for a 200 yard ZERO;that is pretty much 2" high at 100 yards with most cartridges. 0 0. Glacierwolf. That'll tell you where to fix your zero aim point for a kill shot without a lot of unnecessary vertical adjustment while in the field. In all, this 200-yard zero is a really good all-around point for the 5.56 cartridge used at practical distances out to 300 yards. As you can see, since the loads for each cartridge used the exact same bullet and since the 270 WSM had a slight advantage (about 200-300 fps) in velocity it has a slightly flatter trajectory than the .270 Winchester that’s nearly on par with the .270 Weatherby (270 Wby). Back to top. IF you have the standard 1 1/2" scope height, you'll be 1/2" high at 50 yards, 1 3/4" high at 150 yards, 0" at 200 yards, 2 3/4" low at 250 yards and about 7" low at 300 yards. 200 yards is NOT a long range shot for a fast, flat-shooting round like the.270 Win. Fact is,most common big game loads would be about 3 inches high at 100 yards. The 50 yard zero is still going to give you "point blank range" out to 200 or a bit longer. Since the bullet begins below the scope at the point of trigger pull, it starts below the point of aim. The following ins a 500 yd 270 Win ballistic trajectory and drop chart that follows a 130gr Winchester Silvertip with a ballistic coeddicient of .337 from the time it exits the muzzle until it hits the 500 yard mark. If someone claims otherwise, then it is a pretty good indication that they don't have very much experience with the rifle. The 50 yard zero is still going to give you "point blank range" out to 200 or a bit longer. EDUCATION 101. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. See where your .270 registers at each intermediate range. Ballistic Coefficient: 0.496 Bullet Weight: 140 gr Initial Velocity: 3100 fps Sight Height : 1.5 in Shooting Angle: 0° Wind Speed: 10 mph Wind Angle: 90° Zero Range: 200 yd Chart Range: 300 yd Maximum Range: 6294 yd Step Size: 20 yd: International Standard Atmosphere Altitude: Sea Level (0 ft) Barometric Pressure: 29.92 Hg Temperature: 59° F I sight it in at an inch high at 100 yards. The top of our trajectory is 3.83 inches at 150 yards and 1.40 inches low at 300 yards." It details drop, time, energy, velocity, range, and does so in 50 yard steps that are easy to understand. "30 Nosler is a very impressive round" says Josh at Copper Creek Cartridge Company, Mounting Sling Studs and Flush Cups in Foam Core Stocks, Mounting Sling Studs and Flush Cups in Foam Core stocks. The science of projectiles and firearms, or in other words, the info you need to make the kill!If you are looking for the 270 vs 308 vs 30 06 ballistics chart, the 5.56 trajectory chart, the 300 Win Mag Ballistics data, or the 30 06 trajectory chart; you are in the right place!Here are a few suggestions for using the below dashboard: 1. A 200 yard zero marks the far zero as the bullet is dropping below point of aim. If you need proof, take a properly zeroed rifle (capable of hitting point-of-aim at 100 meters with the "1" setting). The trajectory chart on the box claims that 1.2" high at 100 yards will give a 200 yard zero. It becomes an advantage at 300. Bullet trajectories beyond their point of … Most often, that gets me a 250-280 yard zero, such as with my 270WSM and 130gr. Mag they were still using “Mid Range Trajectory,” as … "For a .270,. using a 150 grain bullet and a 25 yard zero we have a point blank range of over 300 yards. Been wanting to see how you figure path for a 300 win mag. It's personal preference. The idea is that the trajectory will not rise or fall more than 4" throughout it's travel. In order to hit a distant target a rifle must be correctly sighted-in, and to accomplish that the shooter must have some working knowledge of the bullet's trajectory. In terms of trajectory, the newer cartridge has an edge, but it’s relatively minor. Then shoot at 100 & 200 yards and ensure you get the results you expected. With a 100 yard zero in going to be 8 inches low at 300. According to the Remington Shoot calculator- .270 w 130 grain ammo - 1.5" high at 100 yards is the same as a 200 yard sight in. The 150-grain load—moving at a muzzle velocity of right around 2825 fps—gives a bit more drop with the same zero, dropping 7.5” at 300 and 22” at 400 yards. Since I don't dial with my hunting rifle I sight in at 300 yards. I just recently rescoped my 270 win and I will be getting the scoped sighted in this weekend. With a 200 yd ZERO you can make a 300 yard shot with little adjustment IF YOU PRACTICE at 200 yards and the … Hover over graphs and lines to see more d… Units of Measure. I sight it in at an inch high at 100 yards. 4-6 inches low at 300 yards for a no brain power 300 yard chest shot, and a 16"ish hold over at 400 yards. So with a 100 yard zero, just aim over your target that much at those ranges. With a 100 yard zero in going to be 8 inches low at 300. COOL STUFF : 25 ACP 32 ACP 327 Magnum 380 ACP 9mm Luger 357 Magnum 357 SIG 38 Special 38 Super 40 S&W 10mm … Other riflemen who routinely hunt areas where shots of 300 yards or more aren’t uncommon sometimes opt for a 200-yard zero. This is a nominal 200-yard zero, but it doesn't always work out exactly that way. drops about 3.5 inches more than the short mag at 500 yards. After 9/11 several .270 loads were revised by various manufacturers. The rifle is a ruger m77 mark II now topped with a leupold vx-2 3-9X40 with a duplex. This is why the 200-yard zero is so popular for practical and military shooters. That 130-grain spitzer load, when zeroed at 200 yards, hits 6.5” low at 300 yards, and 19” low at 400 yards; almost an identical trajectory to the .300 Win. Compare up to 4 Winchester products and see how they compare. Great rifle -- .270 is excellent for deer. You can see that the trajectory is initially quite flat – within 1” from zero for the Minimag from 5 to 60 yards and the same for SV out to 50, but it drops rapidly farther out. The difference between trajectories results from different angles of departure required to zero the firearm (change its point of impact) at two ranges; 100 yards and 200 yards. Sight it in 1" high at 50 yards. Ballistic Coefficient: 0.480 Bullet Weight: 180 gr Initial Velocity: 3130 fps Sight Height : 1.5 in Shooting Angle: 0° Wind Speed: 10 mph Wind Angle: 90° Zero Range: 100 yd Chart Range: 1000 yd Maximum Range: 6160 yd Step Size: 100 yd: International Standard Atmosphere Altitude: Sea Level (0 ft) Barometric Pressure: 29.92 Hg Temperature: 59° F Like the short-range trajectory, this data originates from the manufacturer where the zero setting was set at 200 yards and the measurements taken out to 500 yards (Graph 7). At 200 yds the bullet mpacts 8.5 inches below the 100 yard zero. 3x9 will be difficult to work with. 270 Winchester: XP3: 130: 2685: 3050 . All four loads used a 200 yard zero. So what exactly is the .308 Winchesters ballistic chart and what does it look like out to 1000 yards? for decades and they will deffinitely take care of business at extended distances. Muzzle velocities for 130 grain loads are currently in the 3030fps range as an average. I usually go 1' at 100 yards giving me close to a 200 yard zero? It becomes an advantage at 300. 0.8 " high at 100 yds . Like it so far. I use a 200 yard zero, that puts me a hair high at 100. zero as it fits most all situations. Doesn't always work out exactly as one would want, so we all mostly choose the 200 yd. When I shot my new .270 at about 50 yards, it was about 2 inches low and an inch to the right. No matter which I shoot I always know where it's going to hit no matter if I'm hunting or killing paper. JavaScript is disabled. Im not familiar with the .270 weatherby, but if it's a .270 winchester....being dead on at fifty will be approximately point blank out to 250 yards. My rifles with turrets are zeroed at 100 yards for simplicity in terms of what my reference hash mark zeroes at. So to answer your question your bullet will be a couple inches high at 200 yards when you zero at 25 yards. 2-2.5 inches high at 100 yards. For most modern high-velocity rifles (.223 through .270 and .30-06), using a 50-yard zero will produce dead-center 50- and 200-yard points-of-impact. This system maximizes the distance in … Table 2 and Figure 2 shows the ballistics data for a 50 caliber muzzleloader bullet. Select specific calibers and cartridges by using the filters 2. EDUCATION 101. 200 yards is NOT a long range shot for a fast, flat-shooting round like the .270 Win. I was wondering if it was shooting low because it was bore sighted at about 200 yards or something like that. If … D. Dan Newcombe Well-Known Member. I use a 270 for long range work. You can still shoot thru holes in timber or head shoot out to 200 yards. The 150g .270 bullet can be expected to drop an incremental 3" from 100 to 200 yards and 6" to 7.5" between 200 and 300 yards according to Barnes ballistic data. 3060 fps (Factory) 25 yard zero=3.0 inches high at 100 yards.243 Winchester 100gr Hornady Interlock 2960 fps (Factory) 25 yard zero=2.9 inches high at 100 yards. Running the figures as per the factory loads does come out pretty close for a 200 yard zero, 1.1" high at 100 yards but it all depends on your own rifle. TTSX's. That puts it almost dead on at 200, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. That puts you about 0.5" high at 50 yards, 2" high at 100, zero at 200, and the drop at 300 is onlt 6.5". But I just did that because it was convenient at the time. At 300 in going to be about 3 inches low. You must log in or register to reply here. Bullett trajectory- .270 - 130 grain Posted by Whaletale on 11/19/10 at 9:01 am. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. 8 years ago. Trajectories fall below the baseline (line of sight) in Figure B at zeros of 100 and 200 yards respectively. Thanks for all the replies guys. Mag a 250 rather than a 200-yard zero is the better choice. Tags: None. I shoot a Remington core-lokt 130 grain bullett. Press J to jump to the feed. Sighting-in a hunting rifle to hit a certain number of inches high at 100 yards (or 100 meters) maximizes the point blank range of the rifle and cartridge and is superior to zeroing at a fixed distance like 200 yards. I think a 200 yard zero is perfect for the .270. I'd say you aren't getting close to the factory stated velocity. Many factors will influence your own results. The Winchester Ballistic Calculator allows you to select your Winchester product and view the real trajectory from that product. From a 100-yard zero, the 130-grain bullets, which were typically a Nosler Ballistic Tip travelling at 3,038fps, dropped 2.4in at 200 yards and 9.8in at 300 yards. At 75 yards the bullet impacts .36 inches above the zero aimpoint at 100 yds. This system maximizes the distance in which no "hold over" is necessary. See where your .270 registers at each intermediate range. Running the figures as per the factory loads does come out pretty close for a 200 yard zero, 1.1" high at 100 yards but it all depends on your own rifle. Cookies help us deliver our Services. The following is a 1000 yard 22-250 ballistic chart that was created using our free online ballistic calculator and details all aspects of the bullets trajectory from the millisecond it leaves the barrel until the time it reaches the 1,000 yd mark. RIFLE BALLISTICS. level 2. It will a produce a line graph showing the bullet drop and flight path of the bullet. I dropped the ball on that this summer. Reply. Doesn't always work out exactly as one would want, so we all mostly choose the 200 yd. But if taking antelope or deer sized game at 500-600 yds. Lastly, look at the 300-yard targets. By adding trajectories to the panel on the right you may produce charts and graphs that show the different trajectories side by side. Mag. Load Type Caliber Description Bullet Style Bullet Style Bullet Weight (grains) Bullet Weight (grains) Must be a number greater than 0. My plan is to start reloading this winter/spring. I zero ALL of my rifles for 200 yds., .223's, .270's, 30-06's, .308's and my 6.8x43. For a long time, the mantra has been that the 50 / 200 yard zero is the most useful zero for the AR15 platform as it offers a flat trajectory for the 5.56 cartridge. So even though the manufacturer optimizes the long-range trajectory profiles for the two more powerful loads at 200 yards, we can see that their upset performance window (i.e., velocity and energy) at 400 to 450 yards is the same as the .30-30's at 100 to 150 yards. Some things to definitely consider. I found that by zeroing my rifle in at 26 yards, the .270 will deliver its bullet 2.81 inches high at 100 yards, 2.80 inches high at 200 yards and 2.12 inches high at 250 yards before finally falling out of the 6-inch vital zone at 310 yards. Personally, all of my deer rifles, and I have several, all get sighted in with an 8" MPBR (Maximum Point Blank Range). My normal shooting distances when hunting deer is between 75 and 200 yards. Sighting-in a hunting rifle to hit a certain number of inches high at 100 yards (or 100 meters) maximizes the point blank range of the rifle and cartridge and is superior to zeroing at a fixed distance like 200 yards. In the data set if you filter on a specific caliber such as the 223/ 5.56 Trajectory chart. I shoot 300 metre competition using 90gr Berger Boat Tails and they are pretty accurate. Develop a dope sheet with a zero at 100, 200, and 300 yards. At 100 yds it's loosing altitude again as it comes in on target zero. Make sure your group is less than 1/2 inch at 50. I happen to zero most all of my rifles dependent upon where my highest trajectory with that specific bullet and rifle doesn't exceed more than +3.5 inches high from the bench. Mag. At 150 yards the Minimag drops 21.8”, and at 200 a whopping 47.0” – nearly four feet. Ammunition Inputs. Point Blank ballistics program is free, but you need the velocity for it to be accurate. The general trend of the long-range data between these two cartridges is very similar to what we saw with the short range trajectory. Rifle Trajectory Table By Chuck Hawks In order to hit a distant target a rifle must be correctly sighted-in, and to accomplish that the shooter must have some working knowledge of the bullet's trajectory. Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc. Just aim for the vitals and pull the trigger without worrying about bullet drop. I have a .270. This has also been helped by the return of 24” barrels on factory rifles. Back in the mid-`60s when I started my hunting career using the 7mm Rem. All data created using our free ballistic calculator. You will need to know the ballistics coefficient and muzzle velocity of your ammo. country road ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Join Date: Jun 2009; Posts: 5299; Share Tweet #2. A drop chart will be in the works after this hunting season. zero as it fits most all situations. But at 400 yards the difference is less than two inches. Mar 7, 2013 #5 I initially zero bang on at 50 then check at 100, should be about an inch high. Develop a dope sheet with a zero at 100, 200, and 300 yards. It may not display this or other websites correctly. I've hunted with a .270 win. the bullet's trajectory. A 100, 200 and 300 yard shot aimed dead on will all result in kill shots on deer, moose and elk. In our trajectory graph, we show how much the bullet drops in inches from the zero point. This means that with a 26 yard zero, I can hold dead-center of a deer’s vitals and kill it cleanly from 0 to 310 yards without adjusting my hold. For most modern high-velocity rifles (.223 through .270 and .30-06), using a 50-yard zero will produce dead-center 50- and 200-yard points-of-impact. In total, that is roughly 3" at 200 yards and 11" at 300 yards. COOL STUFF : 25 ACP 32 ACP 327 Magnum 380 ACP 9mm Luger 357 Magnum 357 SIG 38 Special 38 Super 40 S&W 10mm Auto: 41 Magnum 44 Magnum 44 Special 45 ACP 45 GAP 45 Colt 454 Casull 460 Magnum 480 Ruger 50 AE 500 Magnum: 223 Remington 243 Winchester 270 Winchester 300 … https://www.ballisticstudies.com/Knowledgebase/.270+Winchester.html The “P” setting is an 18 meter (19.5 yards) / 247 meter (270 yards) zero. In this case, our "book" data says this round impacts 5.4 inches low at 200 yards when a rifle's zeroed for 100 yards, so to hit dead-on (and be zeroed at 200 yards), just raise your sight 5.4 inches. 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