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Old 05-19-2011, 10:44 PM
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Re: Holland Long Range Shooting School - Bolt Manipulation

Dear Huntinco,

You are correct, a larger field of view is important when recovering from recoil. Body position is another that is often over looked. If the shooter is in behind the rifle, allowing the rifle to recoil straight rearward and not at 11:00 or 1:00 as is usually the case when the shooters body is at an acute angle to the rifle.

After the shot find the target/animal in the scope and smoothly cycle the bolt, wait 20-30 seconds with the animal in the scope in case a second shot is needed.

Then its time for the Hillbilly war hoop!!!

Best of luck in all your hunts,


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Old 05-20-2011, 03:05 AM
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Re: Holland Long Range Shooting School - Bolt Manipulation

Darrell

These video clips of your shooting school are a huge hit with the guys. They have already been viewed by many, many thousands. Thanks so much for letting us use them.
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Old 05-20-2011, 09:21 AM
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Re: Holland Long Range Shooting School - Bolt Manipulation

Thanks Len,

As soon as I get off this hampster wheel I've been on for the last year and half I'll contribute some more tips and tricks for your readership.

Schools went well this year, with lots of interesting students. Our Texas classes did well and the new range there worked out just fine. I was there for 16 days and the wind never slept, 10-25 mph 24 hours a day. The students did a fine job of wrestling with the math and calculations to shoot under such conditions.

If the shooter knows his or her "wind constant" they can very sucessfully shoot in the wind to 500 yards without a data card.

Well, I hear the lathe and mill calling my name so had better close. Keep up the good work on your end as well.....

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Re: Holland Long Range Shooting School - Bolt Manipulation

"If the shooter knows his or her "wind constant""

ive seen them for a few common rounds... how would find them for "any" round?
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