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    Default Long range shooting simulation demo

    Someone posted this on snipershide.com. I thought it was cool. It's only a demo but still fun and looks like good practice.

    http://www.shooterready.com/lrsdemohi.html

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    I have the full version, do not use it anymore. Would rather shoot the real stuff, if you want it PM me.
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    version 3 of this software just showed up in the mail today. I'll let you guys know how it is when I get a few minutes to play with it.
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    Oh yeah. This is still sitting on my computer desk waiting to be installed. oops. Only been 2 years.
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    lol - glad you've stayed on top of it
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    Guys, I am a complete idiot when it comes to mil and long range estimating. Would something like this help me to learn and understand how to use the optics?
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    I'm learning as well, and it seems to kinda help. I've been sitting here w/ my calculator while playing the demo. Would love the full version!
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