KOC Reticle I
KOC Long Range reticle is designed and enginered to instantly find the distance of your target, to calculate and adjust bullet trajectory accordingly, and compensate wind speed and angle shooting.
NO turrets to turn or estimate distance - JUST AIM AND SHOOT.
The calculations for this reticle are based on the speed of the bullet.
Caliber and bullet weight = Speed
The KOC 1 and KOC II Long Range reticles are calibrated for the following calibers: 2506 (100g), 270W (130g), 280Rem (140g), 270WSM (150g), 270 Wby mag (150g), 300WM (180g), 300WSM (180g), 300 Rem Ultra (200g), 300 Wby mag (180g),338 Rem. Ultra (225g), 338 Lapua mag (250g), 7mm Mag (150g). Velocity in feet per second must be within (2950fps to 3200fps).
HOW TO ZERO IN YOUR RIFLESCOPE WITH KOC LONG RANGE RETICLE
1) Mount your riflescope with proper rings and bases (make sure all hardwear are tight and secured). Riflescope must be positioned close to the rifle barrel.
2) Bore Sight your riflescope
3) Place your target at 25 yards
4) Set your scope at the lowest magnification power at 3.5X
5) Fire your rifle from a bench rest
6) Fire 3 shots on the target. If your 3 shots are not in the center of your target adjust your scope until your 3 shots are placed in the center of the target (allow your rifle barrel to cool off between shots).
7) After you have sighted your riflescope successfully at 25 yards, place your target at 200 yards to do the final adjustments.
For a target of 200yds or less, your point of aim is the center of your reticle.
For the scope to read accurately the distance and to adjust bullet trajectory accordingly for targets over 200yds, your scope must be set at 8x magnification power.
Set your scope to 8x magnification power to zero in your scope at 200yds.
HOW TO FIND THE DISTANCE OF YOUR TARGET
Point riflescope and match range finding circle with your target . Each range finding circle is designed to cover a target of 18" (inches); e.g.: With a deer-sized target, the range find point which will fit inside the circle is the body of the deer. See diagram on the left.
For Larger size animal (moose, elk, etc.) the range find part of the animal is the neck. Once the range is determined the point of impact is automatic.
This is how you aim your target from 0 yards up to 200 yards.
The target for a deer is a body shot. This is approx. 18". This is how to find the range of a deer at 300 yds.
The target for a deer is a body shot. This is approx. 18". This is how to find the range of a deer at 400 yds.
This is how you would find the distance for a deer when the range is 500 yds, and this how you would aim.
For security reasons, all the calculations shown in this blueprint have been modified.
This is how you would aim for a deer after finding the range at 300 yds.
This is how you would aim for a deer after finding the range is 400 yds.
This is how you would find the distance for a deer when the range is 600 yds, and this how you would aim.
This is how you would find the distance for a deer when the range is 700 yds, and this how you would aim.