Here is the link to the article on the Math we discussed in the Podcast from Alaska

Weaponized Math Article

Take my 6.5, for instance, at my home range: 8.7 at 1,000 minus 5.8 at 800 equals 2.9 Mils of drop in that 200-yard gap. If I take that 2.9 and multiply it by .45, it gives me 1.3 Mils. Add that to my 800-yard data of 5.8 and it gives me... guess what...? What my TRASOL spits out for my 900-yard data!

8.7-5.8 = 2.9.

2.9 x .45 = 1.3

5.8 + 1.3 = 7.1 Mils

7.1 Mils to a water-line hit

This was great. Problem solved at 900 from now on, and it saved student ammo and instructor aggravation. I could now concentrate on the student’s wind call knowing that the data I gave him was elevation-correct, minus his input and windage. And it works in MOA or Mil, of course. I had created voodoo.

### Predictable Weaponized Math and “X-Factor” Voodoo - Snipers Hide

It’s voodoo. Algorithms utilize our input parameters and spit out numbers representing ballistic come-up. That is, AFTER the algorithm bounces our bullet’s performance characteristics off the atmospherics conditions provided by link-up to Bluetooth devices that use other algorithms to spit...

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Weaponized Math Article

Take my 6.5, for instance, at my home range: 8.7 at 1,000 minus 5.8 at 800 equals 2.9 Mils of drop in that 200-yard gap. If I take that 2.9 and multiply it by .45, it gives me 1.3 Mils. Add that to my 800-yard data of 5.8 and it gives me... guess what...? What my TRASOL spits out for my 900-yard data!

8.7-5.8 = 2.9.

2.9 x .45 = 1.3

5.8 + 1.3 = 7.1 Mils

7.1 Mils to a water-line hit

This was great. Problem solved at 900 from now on, and it saved student ammo and instructor aggravation. I could now concentrate on the student’s wind call knowing that the data I gave him was elevation-correct, minus his input and windage. And it works in MOA or Mil, of course. I had created voodoo.

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