Originally Posted by Yorkshiretea
Targets in the dark, harder to range and easier to get the range wrong. I've seen black and white faceplates used on lanes as well, not sure if that makes a difference tho Bri.
Cheers Mart, good one.
I've also had situations where the target is placed inside a dark wood on the edge of a field, where there's bright sunshine on the field in contrast to the dark of the wood that makes rangefinding difficult and for some scopes almost impossible.