Trajectory of .30, .32 and .35 High Power
Trajectory of .30, .32 and .35 High Power-How do the .30, .32 and .35 caliber Stevens High Power cartridges compare in trajectory with the .303 Savage?
The trajectory is practically the same of the .30 and .303 calibers, the Savage giving slightly the higher trajectory, but discernible only by careful tests and measurements. The .32 comes next and the .35 is highest of all, but the difference all through is not great. Shooting at 300 yards, with the rifles so held and sighted that the bullet drop to the mark at that distance, at 150 yards the bullets would pass at the following heights above the line of sight: .30-30, 15.21 inches; .303, 15.60 inches; .32, 15.76 inches; .35, 16.60 inches.
Harding, A.R.. 3001 Questions and Answers. Columbus, Oh: A.R. Harding, 1913.
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