With hunting season on us I would suggest that we try to get some body measurements of various big game animals that we kill to use for mil-dot range estimation. If you would remember to take along a small tape measure and a note book, there are a lot of guys who would like to get some good measurements (me in particular). Here are some measurement locations that would be useful: Animal on its side: a. nose to tail - overall length b. brisket to tail c. backline to bottom of hoofs d. belly line to bottom of hoofs e. ear width, natural position f. chest width g. nose to back of head behind ears If you can get ANY of these measurements we could add them to the list. These measurements are not difficult to do, only take a few minutes but they are surprisingly difficult to obtain anywhere (literature). If you guys need info on how to mil-range game, I can provide it. I have been working on it for a couple of years and it works, is definitely worth knowing.