Originally Posted by WyoElk2Hunt
I have used Greybull Precision Leupold Scopes with Turrets and they work good. If you se a G7 Ballistic Range finder it will give you the MOA based on distance. I really like the G7 and it s more precise than turrets I think. My opinion only.
Ironically, I had already been looking at the G7 Rangefinder
. IT WILL be the purchase right after I find the correct Nightforce scope.
I do not intend on going back to Montrose, CO for my dream 6 pt. Elk "unequipped" again. My first trip, showed me where my weaknesses were; shooting well was not one of them as I shot competition from the tender age of 8, but I did not have a range finder, and even though I had a ballistics chart, "guessing" a range that is unknown in that kind of terrain can result in many feet in the missed shot, as I found out when I launched a few at a 5 pt.
When you drop $2500 on a hunt, it is regrettable that one doesn't know what you HAVE to have, to make the hunt successful; regardless of the range.
THANKS SO MUCH for your feedback on the G7 rangefinder!!!