Long Range Shooting Simulator by "SHOOTER READY"

Long Range Shooting Simulator by "SHOOTER READY"

This is a discussion on Long Range Shooting Simulator by "SHOOTER READY" within the Product Review Requests forums, part of the SniperForums.com & SniperCentral.com Related category; Does anyone else here have any experience with the Long Range Shooting Simulator by http://www.shooterready.com/ If so what are your thoughts about it. I personally ...

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    Long Range Shooting Simulator by "SHOOTER READY"

    Does anyone else here have any experience with the
    Long Range Shooting Simulator by http://www.shooterready.com/
    If so what are your thoughts about it.

    I personally have a copy on my PC and think it is Neat as can be.
    But never meet anyone else familiar with the product.

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    Nice to kill time at the office.

    Doesn't replace RDR.

    -snowy
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    What's RDR?

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    I went to the sim and found out the actual calculations to be off just a little according to be real ballistic calculator

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    Hey Guys,
    That program is one of the very best things you can buy to further your knowledge and skill in this field...
    Respectfully,
    Harry
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    I never could get a decent hit with that. Real rifle with a real reticle on the other hand...

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    I hear you Kaz. I never once got the range correct on it. I did keep it on 10 power to make my calculations and that always had me closer than 20X. There is something I am missing from the equation because in real life I have no probs with my mildot and first round hits out to 800 (so long the wind isnt too bad)

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    Hey Guys,
    The first time I started working with the disk, I had a lot of second and third round hits. After a little practice, I manage to get first round hits most of the time. It forces you to cover all the fundamentals, including elevation, which most folks omit. You really have to learn to split that mil reading down, or you won't get an accurate range to the target.
    Shooting on a known distance rifle range is not the same thing as firing at an unknown distance target you have to mil a range to, and then call wind for, especially when it's on the back side of the ballistic curve. It's all the more difficult if you've traveled to shoot there, and it's outside your normal AO...
    The Shooter Ready disk is outstanding. I've been using it for some time now. It's also recommended by Vern Harrison of Central Virginia Tactical for all of his students.
    Respectfully,
    Harry
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    Guys I started using a different version of the formula. I dont know why it works any different than the others but for some reason I started getting first round hits through the 338. I did this:

    (height in inches/36)x1000/height or width in mils.

    again I dont think that would change anything but for some reason I was getting closer to the range calls. I did seem to ave about 25 yards short of what i doped for but I was still connecting..

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    Excellent piece of kit.
    Completes books as well.

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