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5.3 seconds for 100 yards.

800 yards is 0.45 miles.

86 and 2/3 yards

1,200 feet = 400 yards

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For the 168 grain Core-Lokt, if you zero at 50 yards, you will hit 0.3" high at 100 yards, 13.4" low at 300 yards, and 157.9" low at 700 yards. 50 yards is a very close zero for a rifle. You might want to think about zeroing at something between 100 to 300 yards. If you zero at 200 yards, you will be 0.8" high at 50, 1.9" high at 100, 8.5" low at 300, and 146.4" low at 700. YMMV.

Depends on the loading, and the zeroed range. An 80 grain bullet zeroed at 100 yards will be about 10.2 inches below the line of sight at 300.

If the rifle is sighted in at 100 yards, at 300 yds the bullet will drop 24-25 inches below the aiming point.

The velocity for a 140 grain bullet is 3100 fps.at the muzzle,2996 at 50 yards,2894 at 100 yards,at 500 yards it's 2156.The foot pounds are 2988 ft/lbs. at the muzzle,2605 ft/lbs at 50 yards,2410 ft/lbs. at 100 yards and at 500 yards it's 1445 ft/lbs.

A 180 grain 30/06 bullet can go @ 5700 yards

Faster than you can run.

A 30-06 bullet fired at typical velocities will drop around 8-10 inches at 300 yards depending on the specific load and ballistics. It's always recommended to verify with a ballistics calculator or actual shooting to get accurate results for your specific setup.

There isn't enough info to give a correct answer. What grain bullet? What type of bullet? What is the initial velocity? How high are your sights about the bore axis? What range is your far zero?

The drop is not a straight like, but a curve that increases as distance increases (a parabola) since speed is decreasing. Winchester has a ballistic calculation system on line that will let you plot the trajectory of a rifle bullet at different ranges. As asked, there is no way to answer.

The drop of a 180 grain bullet at 200 yards depends on the muzzle velocity and ballistic coefficient of the specific ammunition being used. Generally, a 180 grain bullet fired from a typical hunting rifle with a muzzle velocity around 2,700 fps may drop around 5-7 inches at 200 yards when sighted in at 100 yards.

i shot a buck last year at a little over 350 yards with my Remington model 700 30-06 it dropped in one shot im sure it can shoot farther than that accurately. 150 grain core lokd are the best

Depends on the loading, and the zeroed range. An 80 grain bullet zeroed at 100 yards will be about 10.2 inches below the line of sight at 300.