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10-17-2017, 02:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Ralph Kramden View Post
AtLarge...
What I meant by linear was the horizontal line bisected by the 5 vertical aim lines.
I didn't mean the cut angles increase linearly. If vertical lines follow the contour of
the ball they wouldn't be equally spaced.. (like longitudinal lines on a world globe)
and would be increasing narrower from center to edge. Think of a flat disk instead
of a sphere, with evenly spaced lines, or 5 vertical aim points on a pencil glued to
the front of the OB. CCB aim at the 5 points would be OB overlaps center to edge.

I know 1/4 ball isn't exactly 15*.. If someone put both arms up, one at 15* and the
other at 14.5*, I doubt if I could tell... 0, 15 & 30 are just easy to remember. IMO

Thanks for 1/8 ball overlap angles increasing wider than 8 degrees after 30*.. Carl

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Yes, I understood what you meant. My comment about non-linearity was referring to your use of the equally spaced angles of 7.5, 15, 22.5, and 30, not to the spacing of the vertical aim lines. I know you just use the multiples of 7.5 as "close enough" out to the half-ball aim; I agree. For anyone interested, I just listed the cut angles with a little more precision.
  
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