You forgot the horisontal offset, genius.

I know this was not directed toward me, but I have calculated the horizontal offset. Although I have not calculated the

** horisontal ** offset, whatever that is. 😊

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In any case, the approximate horizontal offset for the three shots were:

First shot: z153: 4.6 inches miss to the left

Second shot: z222: 3.0 inches miss to the left

Third shot: z312: 0.7 inches miss to the left

All three shots would miss, in theory, to the left, due to the motion of the limousine.

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The approximate vertical offset for the three shots were:

First shot: z153: 0.8 inches miss low

Second shot: z222: 1.5 inches miss low

Third shot: z312: 1.7 inches miss high

This takes into account both the motion of the limousine and the iron sights being zero-sighted at 200 meters.

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The approximate angular speed for the three shots were:

First shot: z153: 4.8 degrees per second

Second shot: z222: 1.9 degrees per second

Third shot: z312: 0.6 degrees per second

Note, this vertical offset takes into account both

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The shots would, in theory, get easier and easier for Oswald, primarily due to the angular speed of the target getting smaller and smaller, from 4.8 to 1.9 to 0.6 degrees per second for the three shots. This matches well with Oswald missing the center of the head by over 60 inches, then 8 inches, then 2 inches, for the three shots.

And the iron sights being set to 200 meters allows all three shots to be, vertically, hitting within two inches of the center of the head, if the sights were lined up on the center of the head when the shot was fired.

If the iron sights could have been adjusted between shots (impossible even with adjustable sights in the time allowed) for a range of 43, 63 and 88 yards, the shots would have all missed low by 4.6, 6.1 and 3.7 inches.

All in all, Oswald was, unfortunately, well served having a rifle with fixed sights set to 200 meters, for this particular target.