How do you adjust point of aim when shooting uphill or downhill? Will O’Meara says there are numerous factors to consider when shooting at an angle. “Imagine you are shooting from the top of a cliff to a target on…
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I’m most comfortable with a .243 for red deer stalking. But, when training at longer ranges, I tend to run out of adjustment on my scope – leaving me less confident when it comes to the real thing. What scope should I buy to counter this?
What scope should you buy next? What do you really need to consider, and what’s just a marketing gimmick? Will O’Meara has all the answers
What’s the best way to adjust for windage and elevation? Will O’Meara gives you his masterclass to getting it right – at every ethical hunting range