Re: Long Range Computer Games
I think what is being looked for is something that can be educational for the shooter, and fun at the same time. Now while I would love to be out pulling the trigger every chance I get, the reality of my situation is that there are many days that I'm at work at the butt crack of dawn, and home around dark. Not much shooting opportunity there. So something that gives a reasonable simulation of the conditions, is for me at least, valuable in that I can hone my skills a little while at the 'puter in the morning waiting to leave, or at home after supper. Not a perfect simulation, by any means, but for me the simulation at the shooterready site is handy (I've got one on order, as I've played the demo til I was blue in the face!) because I still use a mil-dot reticle in some of my scopes (no $3000 Russian optics here, and the Bushy 800 doesn't work under all conditions, good as it is) and I for one need a lot of practice still on actually doing the calculations to use the reticle properly.