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Discussion in 'Equipment Discussions' started by Len Backus, Oct 3, 2009.
If so, which brand and model?
Yes, almost every shot beyond 500 yards. I use a Kestrel 2500 NV. Kinda wish I would have gotten a 3500 for humidity, but the humidity makes so little difference in the tradjectory it is not an issue.
Yes I use a Kestrel 3500 NV
Yes, Kestrel 3500 NV
Never leave home without my Kestrel 3500.
You guys are way over gunned.....
I use a Cabelas Brunton $80 one.
Wind measurement calibrated against speedometers of all three of our vehicles. Spot on.
Elevation is all over the place but house is at 4535 thus easy to calibrate.
Baro after inital adjustment remains spot on. NOAA local weather station used for calibration. Link: http://www.noaa.inel.gov/windV/windV.asp
Use NWS for forecasting. Link:NWS radar image loop of Composite Reflectivity from Pocatello/Idaho Falls, ID
I can see one being "under gunned" but never "over gunned"
I have the Kestrel 3500. As in another post, if one is going to "get 'er done" then it is attention to the smallest detail that will differentiate between success or failure at a humane and ethical shot at long range. Knowing the environmental conditions are just one of those details that helps insure success with that one cold barrel shot.
I use a Kestrel 3500 NV, its a great unit.
I use a little Caldwell now, but hope to upgrade to the Kestryl eventually.
Are you joking? two meters...
In the pic, the first one is almost twice as big, about 1.8 times and
the other one is close the the right size.