I use it exactly the way I do when I shoot Hunter field target. I parallax the target, estimate the range, and use holdover.
Quite large number of airgun hunters use a rangefinder and then adjust there scope and then shoot. I haven't found Mildot spacing to be effective at all with short range hunting like we do with airguns.
The one other method I have found that works well is a target integrated holdover technique but even that has its limitations.
This message has been edited by AirSmithCA on Nov 6, 2011 10:30 PM
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