Thursday, August 2, 2012

Range Cards

I always want to be the best marksman that I can be, we owe it to the game animals we pursue. It takes a lot of practice to become a proficient shooter and it also takes having the right information.

Shooting is a science. Using a range card will not make you the next Carlos Hathcock but it will improve your shooting. Create a range card for each rifle you shoot and that specific round of ammunition.

This year when you are at the rifle range sighting in your rile, use your laser rangefinder in conjunction with your range card. Then when you get to the deer stand use the laser rangefinder again and compare the data. When the time comes to make that shot on your trophy animal, you should have all the data you need to make the shot.

Here is a excellent example of a range card in use.

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