Originally Posted by Warp
Appleseed quals are done at 25 yards. The really small targets are to scale to the equivalent of longer range. This is beneficial in that you only have to walk 25 yards to get to the targets, .22lr's can be used, and almost any outdoor range can be used.
The downside is that you can pretty much ignore windage, which is an important thing to figure out for true range shooting, obviously.
This range has a known distance out to 300 yards but I didn't shoot it...I don't think anybody did today, but probably tomorrow some will.
Sounds like an excellent time! I am very pleased with a 22LR up to 100 yards but have never tried it any farther than that so I will be interested in how you guys do, especially at 300, I envision a large verticle adjustment.
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