# New Member

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by LSOSNIPER308, May 15, 2009.

1. ### LSOSNIPER308New Member

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Hello all,

I am new to this forum as I just found out about it on snipershide.com. I've been on the hide for a few years and I look forward to learning from you guys and sharing whay knowledge I have about long range hunting and shooting.

Regards,
Chuck

2. ### JEREMY loganGuest

Welcom to long range hunting lsosniper308 i look forward to learning all i can i would like to see a real sniper join this forum and explain the mathematical formulas it takes to make long range hits. For example how the army/navey/marines teaches you guys . Anyway this is a great site i've had several guys help me out ..

3. ### ss7mmWriters Guild

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Welcome to Long Range Hunting Chuck. Thanks for joining us.

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Chuck,
Welcome to LRH. There is a great group of guys here and we look forward to your participation.
E

5. ### LSOSNIPER308New Member

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Thanks for the welcom guys. Jeremy, I'm not a military sniper, I'm a Law Enforcement sniper. The formulas are the same though. I have them in my data book and I'll post them here for you as soon as I get a chance. If you're using a mil dot reticle for range estimation that formula is: size of target in inches X 27.778 divided by the number of mils it takes to cover the target = distance to target in yards. I'll get the rest of them to you.

6. ### JEREMY loganGuest

Thank you officer that would be great