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Long range simulation software.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by floorit76, Jan 4, 2012.

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  1. floorit76

    floorit76 Member

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    I was recently shown a program that is a long range shooting simulation, and training aid. It lets you practice mil-dot ranging, judging wind, thinking in MOA, etc. And gives you pointers on how to do better. I think I'm really going to like it when the weather turns cold out here on the plains. I'll get my shooting fix without freezing. There are a few out there, but the one I got is from Shooter ready. They have a neat free trial version on their website, so you can try it before you decide to buy it. Anybody else tried this?
     
  2. JDGray

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    Yeah, its fun to play on:)
     
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    I saw it at a shooting "clinic" I went to. I grew up in the sticks, compensating for drop with "Kentuky windage". The simulation has been a big help with learning the formulas for drop and windage.
     
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    i have about a 6 year old copy. haven't seen the latest. it was very good back then.
     
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    Yep own the original and the new version. Great training tool. The absolute cheapest way to train someone on how to people how to use mils/moa dots to adjust for range and wind.

    -Jenrick
     
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