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Old 25th March 2011, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Charlts View Post
So you can see how common it is to shoot at those sorts of angles now then? All you do to change it to shooting uphill is swap the shooter and the target around.
i do these shots shooting swirrels high in trees only 20yards up but a 40 degree angle neededbecause you are shooting from base of the tree ,but longer say 35 yards their is less angle and most on shooting coarse would only be 10 degrees because we cant get ladders long anoth to get up their,i get more angles vermin shooting were they it high in trees hav been doing this vermin shooting for 30 years and never seen a hft or ft coarse with a 40 degree angle in any bfta gp and mfta winter leagues
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