66 on the first, 73on the second... anyone know how to figure out the range to the target?
Use the mil-dots in the scope along with the equations on the left.
Or you can shoot once, watch the impact, then line up where the impact was according to the mil-dots in the scope on the target. You'll always be down at least one shot that way.
"It isn't always being fast or even accurate that counts, it's being willing. I found out early that most men regardless of cause or need aren't willing. They blink an eye or draw a breath before they pull the trigger and I won't." - The Shootist (John Wayne)