LRB, I assume so but don't know for sure if you must register over there.
As to ranging with a scope reticle, that shot was at 1,000 yards. At 1,000 yards, how do you think the ranging accuracy result is affected if the 14 inch deer chest is one inch more or less high? Do you think that shooter team was able to discern the exact chest height of that deer before pulling the trigger?
It would seem to me the math on one inch would be something like:
1/14 x 1,000 yards = 70 yards plus or minus potential error in ranging.
With my super flat shooting 7mm Dakota that would result in plus OR minus 7 inches of drop error at 1,000 yards.
I like the reticle ranging concept as a tech failure backup and I need to practice it with my Huskemaw scopes
. But its effectiveness is probably limited to 4 or 5 hundred yards max with any degree of first-shot kill accuracy for most people - including especially me.