Well considering I am still pretty new at sniping, I've had a lucky shot and hit I would say about 60 yards. I used my friends m24 there was really not much wind it was during the summer.
Well in that case...I'd say count whatever you think you've honestly hit. If you really did make that shot then I would call it. If you just so happened to actually walk to the guy after the shot and confirm it, or you were with someone and they saw the shot. Then that's a plus. But usually I've actually noticed with high amounts of humidity you can only make about a a 65-70 yard shot max with a rifle but without you can catch another 10-15 yards. Funny how it actually seems to play a role in it.
noobprobably longest kill for me 45-50 yards, with a ghetto modded super9 pro. i finally sold the gun and am looking for something new. the M4 just doesnt cut it when im a sniper at heart
True, higher humidity will have a greater per cubic denisty than lesser humid air.Oakey said:Of course with more humidity the air is more dense, which as a factor on the sustained velocity on the BB, also temperature as a factor as well.
Incorrect. Warm air is less dense than colder air. The less dense the air becomes (warmer) the less lift is provided.Oakey said:Warm air is more dense, meaning the sustained velocity is also reduced, so in theory, you should gain longer shots with temperatures below, about 68 degrees, and below 60% humidity.