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Leica 1600-B

Leica CRF 1600-B Laser Rangefinder


I’ve had a lot of requests to do a review on the Leica 1600-B. With three seasons of using it for long range hunting and rifle competitions, I still recommend it for its high quality and overall value. This online review of the 1600-B is a supplement to our video review and field demo below.

Trimble Recon with Nightforce Exbal ballistic calculator

Ballistic Calculator: A Beginner’s Guide


If you’re new to the world of long range shooting or hunting, you’ve no doubt wondered which ballistic calculator you should use. It’s no surprise, considering how many options there are along with an equal number of opinions concerning which ones are the best. Some of the most frequent questions I see in emails or

Reading station pressure with a Kestrel 3500

Using Station Pressure For Trajectory Calculations


 Station pressure, or absolute pressure, is the measurement of the air pressure with no adjustment for altitude. In other words, station pressure is the air pressure right where you’re measuring it. Air pressure, temperature, and humidity influence air density. Along with gravity and wind, air density is a major influence on our bullet’s trajectory. We

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