Not sure with 45 ACP, but with 9mm, you have to hold a couple feet high. 300 yards, somewhere around 4 or 5 feet high (I did some plinking at a cut I-beam at that distance off a table a couple years ago, and that's about how high I had to hold to hit/get close to it. I did manage to hit it a couple times, but again, I was resting the pistol. I don't think I would stand a chance not resting it)How far off the steel do you have to aim to hit that with a pistol from that far?
It becomes difficult since the bullet is slowing down, but for part of the path to reach 200, you have to aim high. I don't feel like doing the math (even for constant velocity), but maybe someone else will :mrgreen:Well I guess you would have to judge 32.2 inches roughly above the target at 200 yards since a 45 auto drops 16.1 inches at a 100 yards