Sunday, January 15, 2012

Shooting on an Incline or Decline for the Bowhunter
This last deer season I was fortunate to arrow a whitetail from five yards out of a treestand in NY. The shot was fairly simple, no obstructions and easy to range. Back in California, I passed up a shot on a jumpy deer at what I felt was 30 yards, but wasn't sure because of the sheer elevation difference and all of the weeds in the way. I knew that in order to get my confidence level up to a higher standard I needed to understand the rangefinder, the elevation difference and get to shooting at those levels.

Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo from Archer's Choice recently won a Nikon award for excellence for this how-to video describing the ID technology of the Archer's Choice Rangefinder. It just so happens that this is the rangefinder that I use. Guess it's time to get down to business!

Nikon's ID Technology & Archer's Choice with Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo

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