Re: nightforce zero stop
I just keep a log book from shot to shot. Recording distance, temp, wind, clicks and so on. So if I've ranged and shot at say 1800 yards and want to move to another distance I never lose my zero. Keeping this in mind it's referance for those first shot kills.
Seems like a pain in the ***** but it's easy to get use to.
Good luck, Vern Harrison
The only thing a hand gun is good for is fighting your way to a good rifle!