Originally Posted by ThumperIII
The barrel is oriented to impart a slight rise to the bullet path alone the LOS (line of sight). If sighted correctly at 25 yds, the bullet trajectory of most 9mm pistol ammo will be rising out to about 20-22 yds. It will cross the LOS on a rising path between 15 and 20 yds out and travel above the LOS briefly after which the path begins to drop, recrossing the LOS at 25yds and continuing to drop below the sight line farther out.
How large are your targets that you have to aim at the top of the target or was it meant as top of the bullseye? Is this a matter of an inch or so or more like 6 or more inches? Where does it hit relative to aim point at 25 yds from a stable rest?
Typically a 5in orange peel target. I'll aim towards the top of the outer ring and it will hit a little below the bulseye and a l