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Ballistics and Sights

Beskar Mando

Grizzled Veteran
Dec 13, 2014
Baltimore, Maryland
Out of curiosity, how did TWI line up sights with ballistic trajectories?
Also asking because I'm not 100% sure, and I have a few weapons that need calibration.
On a guess, I think TWI didn't make them 100% accurate with real-world physics, which is one reason I'm asking.
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FNG / Fresh Meat
Sep 4, 2011
It was done through trial and error. Also recall that in RO2 the shots come from your line of sight as you are looking down the sights, not the muzzle.