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What are the three types of ballistics?
Three branches of trajectory
- Rising Branch
- Max Ord
- Falling Branch
Torque settings on the 2010?
- 16-18 on the scope
- 65 on barrel to chassis and rings
Near range zero
Where bullet 1st crosses the line of sight
Actual range zero
When bullet hits target
Two types of zero
- Near range zero
- Actual range zero
The unit of angular measure that equals 1/60th of a degree of an arc?
Minute of Angle
How many True Minutes of Angle in 1" at 100 yards?
How many inches are in a Shooter Minute of Angle at 100 yards/meters?
How do you use the Rapid Engagement Technique?
"Hat" number divided by two
What is 1 mil at 100 Meters?
How many radians in a circle?
A mil radian is what percentage of a radian?
What are the 4 target indicators?
What are the eight visual target indicators?
What are the three types of camouflage pattern?
Three things to consider during Judging Distance by Eye:
- Nature of target
- Nature of terrain
- Light conditions
What are the five methods of range E?
- 100 meter unit of measure
- Bracketing method
- Halving method
- Averaging method
- Appearance of object method
The average human is how many inches from head to waist?
The average human is how many inches from Head to crotch?
What degree and o'clock would give you a full value wind?
90, 3, 9
As they relate to wind
Mirage will move at what velocity compared to the wind, through the scope?
How much do you subtract from a mil from light to medium mirage?
How much do you subtract from a mil for heavy mirage?
What is the formula for MOA full value wind?
What are the three stages of flight?
The initial travel of a bullet is _______?
What is Danger Space?
The space over a horizontal surface in which a bullet has not risen above, nor dropped below, a particular target.
What is Grazing Fire?
When both danger spaces become one continuous danger space.
What is the angle at which the rifle barrel is elevated in order to compensate for the effects of gravity and air resistance resulting in a predetermined flight path and distance of a bullet?
Angle of Departure
What is a ballistic bias?
An angular, physical means of elevating the rear portion of the scope which results in a variance between line of sight and angle of departure.
What kind of night vision project some type of energy that illuminates the target?
What kind of night vision systems do not project energy into the target area?
What are the two types of passive systems?
- Image intensification
- Thermal imagery
Where are cone cells and what do they do?
Located in the central portion of the back wall, these are day vision and see in color.
Where are rod cells and what do they do?
Rod cells surround the central portion of the cone cells and see in black and white.