Engaging the Wind Part 2

Engaging the Wind Part 2

It's important the shooter have a plan for the wind before they get on the range. Arm yourself with the correct information before you attempt long hand math in the field.

Kahles K624i MOA Version Rifle Scope

Kahles K624i MOA Version Rifle Scope

The K624i is Kahles’ flagship optic, and also the best-selling Kahles product in the United States. The appearance is sleek and seductive while still exuding a rugged presence. This scope has quickly established a colossal following throughout the long range hunting/shooting industry as well as the tactical/military markets due to its numerous highly desirable attributes.

Oakwood Controls Portable H-Bar

Oakwood Controls Portable H-Bar

The H-Bar™ can detect and locate shots from supersonic bullets with a speed at the target of at least 1,200 feet per second. The combination of acoustic sensors, temperature sensors and electronics produce accuracy levels of +/- 5 mm throughout the scoring area. The system is designed to work on a stationary target where the bullet is fired 15 degrees to the target. The H-bar™ is a mobile platform

Front Focal Plane vs Second Focal Plane

Front Focal Plane vs Second Focal Plane

Myth:The reticle is not covering more or less of the target, it is simply adjusting for magnification. The value never changes, if it’s a .13” thick reticle, it’s always that. It is not “growing”. So backing off the magnification is not reducing the area covered.

Mils vs MOA which one is right for you ?

Mils vs MOA which one is right for you ?

Both Mils and MOA are an Angle. They were intended to operate as angles and while all angles have linear equivalents, when it comes to shooting there is no reason to use the linear value. We have moved beyond needing to figure the straight line distance. They were always meant to work as an Angle, so we need to think in those terms.