Re: Wild Range Finder for sale
There is a 80cm lath board that sits on its own legs. You place it out at 100 meters and correct the view for your particular eyes. Each user has to do it once and you record the setting for each viewer so that person can adjust it in the field to their eyes without using the calibration lath.
You need to inform the buyer whether it is or is not complete.
It is not the end of the world because you can calibrate it other ways but the buyer is going to find out when he goes through the instructions that a part is missing.
Well, I have mostly used mine to get into trouble. Some moron from North Carolina took offense to my humor over on Benchrest Central last week. That's about the most excitement I have gotten from using it.
I have calibrated it and verified it to 1K. I was going to use it to shoot an antelope at a mile but got sidetracked with my kids. They wanted trophy horns not trophy distances. That was fine. I had a good time with them and more fun than if I had tried for the mile shot.
I might give it a try this year but I suspect that even if I try I will not succeed. I will not be able to spend the time needed to get a dead calm day in Wyoming and a cooperative antelope.
The Smokin Fur Rifle Club