One thing I like about my .32, is that due to the poor ballistics, I worry less about how far it will travel when shooting at squirrels in trees.

I used .050 for the BC and a rather high 1,800fps for MV and found a RB with THAT BC cannot travel past about 850 yards.

At this distance, the ball is 18 feet high at 25 yards. You can guess the angle - I suppose more math will show that in degrees. Any steeper or

shallower angle of departure will reduce the maximum range the ball could travel, if it did not hit something before coming to rest.

Incidentally, the velocity of the ball at the maximum distance would be approximately 143 feet per second, so it would sting, most likely,

1/2 the speed of a paint ball but smaller in diameter.

Just checked and Lyman notes .049 for a .350" ball, so good guess. A .311 of so will not be as high, thus lower maximum range.

The larger the ball or about any type of bullet, will increase the maximum possible range - in bullets, quite dramatically.