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Eddie123

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Ok here we go I'm sure a lot of you have heard this before but I need your help I work with a guy who is really [email protected]@ me off so here is my question and my debate I think there is no diffarence in 1000yards and 2000yards as long as you use the same skills used to get to 1000 yards in the first place what I mean is the fundementles of shooting triger control, breathing and sight picture and using no bench I know that bullets act very Diffrent @ long range so more time is needed to adjust but is it the same skills used?
 

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