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Old February 25, 2013, 12:47 PM   #18
reynolds357
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It is a lot more simple than it used to be. Laser range finder gives you the actual distance you need to dial the scope up for with the exception of wind and humidity. You no longer have to guess about distance, incline, decline. Assuming you have a good scope and have your trajectory worked out right, at least you can push a button, turn one knob and have the elevation you need right. All you are left with is reading wind, humidity, mirage, and of course holding the rifle. Most of the time, I dont even touch the knobs, I just do a bit of mil math in the old head and hold accordingly.
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