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Slope Doper

Product Description

The Slope Doper is unique in that it is purpose-designed and built for the tactical shooter or hunting enthusiast. Made of a photo-etched aluminum plate, the indicator is black with white markings. The Slope Doper fits easily into a pocket, or our sniper kit. Slope Doper

A weighted rod hangs from the top center of the card. When placed along the axis of your aimed rifle, the rod will indicate the angle your are sighted along. If you are not employing the rifle, you can simply sight over the top of the card, visually matching the Slope Doper to the angle of the hill. Just above the Slope Angle reading is the Slope Angle Factor for that slope. Use of the tool is quite simple and can be accomplished with an economy of movement. For example: You have either sighted a target down-slope from your position, or you anticipate a target appearing there. Using your scope, you determine that the range is 700 yards. With your .308 rifle, you would normally dial up 22.25 minutes of angle (MOA) on your elevation turret, but as you are shooting down-slope, you know that the range will be, in effect, reduced. You or your spotter lay the Slope Doper along the axis of the bore, and read off a figure of, in this case, 30 degrees. Above the angle you read a Slope Angle Factor of point 87. What this means is that to hit point of aim, point of impact, all you need do is multiply 700 yards by .87 to calculate your new scope zero, which in this case is 609 yards. Your sniper data card indicates this will require roughly 18 MOA up from your 100-yard zero. You dial in, aim dead on and fire.

For law enforcement, working in an urban environment, this would be an excellent tool - Particularly for the officer who might find himself on a high rooftop overlooking a crime scene. A 70-yard line of sight shot, taken on a 60-degree downslope, would equal a 35-yard shot. If your shot happens to cover several city blocks, the range becomes much more important. A shot taken on a 30-degree angle at 300 yards translates into roughly 260 yards - enough to miss the shot! This tool makes judging the angle and correction a snap.

Slope Doper contents:
  • 1 Slope Doper
  • 1 Instruction Sheet
Product Features
  • Measures at 4.5" x 2.5"
  • Indicates Slope Angle
  • Indicates Slope Angle Factor
  • Provides Mildot Ranging Formulas in the back
  • All non-reflective coating.
  • Made in USA
Purchase Options
Shipping: In Stock items ship in 1-2 days
Price: $36.00 CDN


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Company Information

P.O. Box 48081
Dundas Sheppard
Mississauga, Ontario
L5A 4G8
(647) 204-7209
Email: info@coretacsolutions.com

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