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September 12 2011 at 9:24 AM

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Response to Re: FT Video - Range Finding and Clicking

I still consider myself a newbie so I will answer as best as I can.

Zero at 30? I am not sure why zero at 30 other than that is near the middle of the ranges and for me it seemed to give the greatest distance of not really needing to click per the Chairgun Pro software.

For me (me the newbie), I don't see the need to adjust for windage due to the short range and the time it would take to do so. In a match you are timed at each lane. I do not want to change the horizontal and vertical at each lane. For now - I am just using "hold-side" for windage (as opposed to hold-over as used in hunting. I am not that great at wind doping yet, so it is more of a guess.

Some other ladies or gentlemen here who are much more knowledgeable than I on the subject of wind doping may be able to address the question better.

Blessings,
Jeff

 
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