Originally Posted by Delphinus
Where I shoot we don’t have subzero temperatures so I don’t have your experience but how about a different approach?
Did any of you made tests to support that thesis?
My belief is that the biggest factor in the differences that I read here are related with light/contrast and not
temperature and they are related.
I think when the worlds comes to Wales we will hold it in November lol
Not done any specific tests, but experience and results show the shift in 5 or below.
Light can sometimes have an impact, ie i wont range fiond on a white or yellow target in bright sunlight as it can over read by 2.5m past 40, or a black target in a dark wood may under range.
Know your equipemt as they say.