Re: pd at 3260yds
jdhoghunter, very nice pictures, and setup you guys have there.
what you have is tailered for what you do. obviously it works well.
actually, your not seeing the hit, what your seeing is the dust cloud caused by the hit. thats all you need for what your doing.
bring that setup here to north central pa. and its an entirly different game. due to leaves, and or snow, you need to see the actual impact of the bullet. no dust cloud.
that swaro. scope is very popular here also, as are the large kowas. (can we argue ford and chevy) but you will rarly if ever, see a single. always in pairs as binnoculars.
your bench is pretty basic, but the rest wouldnt work well on an animal that might run after the first miss.
you would rarly be able to see clearly through an eyepiece more powerful than 40x here. too much humidity even in winter.
what we have on this site is a very diverse group who share an interest.
but like racing, it can vary from track to track. yet its all racing.
so i guess what im saying is, all you young guys here in the east, dont think your going to duplicate this. track conditions just wont permit it.
these guys arent your typical prairie dog hunters. even by long range standards.
and unlike a deer or other large animals, it dont take much energy to kill a prairie dog.