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Old 07-29-2011, 08:51 AM
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I too use shooter. Last night I had to restore factory defaults on my phone and lost all my load info. I wish I had all that data written down. It would have made restoring it easier. I didn't use either SD or Coriolis in Id and did very well and have since so I will continue the way I've been doing it.
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Great post, Jeff! Thanks for taking the time to record it for us. Makes me want to head for Idaho also. I'm not near as far along on the "curve" as you are. I'm sure it would be a tremendous learning experience for me. Thanks again.
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Old 07-30-2011, 11:56 PM
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This was a great class and a great group of guys.

Broz, I drilled the 2578 yard rock last class.
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Old 07-31-2011, 12:30 AM
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This was a great class and a great group of guys.

Broz, I drilled the 2578 yard rock last class.
Sweet!!! Nice job Shawn that is awesome. I hope to shoot with you agin someday.

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Old 07-31-2011, 10:38 AM
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Broz,

What were all the guys using for range finders? And how did they do?

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Broz,

What were all the guys using for range finders? And how did they do?

Steve
I believe there was a Swaro, a Leica 1600 and a Nikon ( best of memory and I hope this is right) then Shawn and I had Vectronix PLRF10's. In this steep terrain all did well to 1000 or 1200 but when we stepped out to 1400 ~ 2500 The PLRF10 were the ticket. I will add that at the closer distances all were in agreeance to with in a few yards ( 2 or 3) On targets even as far as 2000 plus the plrf10's were agreeing to the yard.

Jeff
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I believe there was a Swaro, a Leica 1600 and a Nikon ( best of memory and I hope this is right) then Shawn and I had Vectronix PLRF10's. In this steep terrain all did well to 1000 or 1200 but when we stepped out to 1400 ~ 2500 The PLRF10 were the ticket. I will add that at the closer distances all were in agreeance to with in a few yards ( 2 or 3) On targets even as far as 2000 plus the plrf10's were agreeing to the yard.

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Just what I needed to hear.......after I had settled on purchase of a 1600... Still haven't pulled the trigger on the purchase.......Kinda wishin' I'da bought a 375 Ruger than a 375 AM Ah.....it's just $.....
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