The Slope Doper at No Off Season

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by tt35, Jun 28, 2012.

  1. tt35

    tt35 Well-Known Member

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    No Off Season is proud to be the first retailer outside the tactical market to offer the Slope Doper inclinometer. This handy instrument is totally mechanical requiring no batteries or software. It reads the angle of incline as well as cosines. Either multiply the yardage by the cosine factor to get a practical "shoot to" distance or plug the value into your ballistics software to get your firing solution.

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    Unlike more expensive Angle Degree Indicators (ADI's) and Angle Cosine Indicators (ACI's), the Slope Doper can be used with multiple rifles. It is highly portable just slip it in your pocket, backpack or range bag. It's virually indestructible and foolproof. Just sight along the top of the Slope Doper or lay it on a surface parallel to the bore, read the angle and/or cosine, adjust your elevation call and shoot
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    Check it out here: Slope Doper at NOS

    Take the mystery out of uphill/downhill shooting. At $25.95, there is no reason to miss that angled shot again.
     
  2. calib

    calib Well-Known Member

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    looks like a practical alternative to an aci. i am looking forword to getting one and trying it out.
     

  3. WildRose

    WildRose Well-Known Member

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    Hard to beat plain and simple especially if you dont' have a range finder that gives TBR.
     
  4. Len Backus

    Len Backus Administrator Staff Member

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    Very nice, good for you, Tim.
     
  5. calib

    calib Well-Known Member

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    i got my slope dope today, really easy to use, small no bigger than the screen of a smart phone. you could easily throw one of these in with your shooting gear, hunting bag or just put it in your pocket.
     
  6. Bravo 4

    Bravo 4 Well-Known Member

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    Good/simple piece of gear. I've had one for several years.
     
  7. dig

    dig Well-Known Member

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    Used one for years, phones break, lasers go down. Very simple devise used conversion charts in a pich once to make a severe downhill shot. Range finder down, it truly saved my hunt. Great to practice with.