Originally Posted by Feral
I think a good target is not defined by how far it stretches your body but by how far it stretches your grey matter.
I've got to admit that it can be argued that there is nothing quite like knowing after you've taken a shot that you should have listened to what the sight picture and your brain were telling you. Peg one at the last Buxted shot was a classic lesson for me; Eyes say 43-45 yards, scope says 'no way, mate. It's a crystal clear image so it's closer to 35' and brain says 'Duh, I thinks its what me eyeballs says it is'. I dink it and it's 35 yards away (flaming Andy and his evil ways
"I wanna play cricket on the green, ride my bike across the stream, cut myself and see my blood, I wanna come home all covered in mud. I'm a boy, I'm a boy but my ma won't admit it..." I'm A Boy- The Who 1966