Leatherwood Hi-Lux

In 1968, the 9th Infantry Division in the US Army officially began their Sniper Training and Employment.
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We are checking our DOPE out to 600 yards with the Winchester High Wall in .45-70 and our Malcolm 6X Two Tone Rifle Telescope. For those interested, we were shooting a 405 gr .45-70 caliber bullet at around 1330FPS.
The A.R.T. Scope, once introduced, sped up the training cycle by eliminating the need to deal with some of the tricky fundamental aspects of distance shooting.
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Growing up in Ohio, Nito Mortera is a lifelong hunter, compound bow shooter, crossbow shooter and general firearms afficionado. If it launches a projectile, Nito has probably shot it!
Howard served in the US Marine Corps from 1985-1989. After that, he has had a 30 year career in law enforcement with experience as a police sniper for his department's tactical team.
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The ART X-BOW features an extremely accurate cam that can be calibrated to point of aim - point of impact for modern crossbows.
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Our calculated ballistics data were spot on. We were 6/6 from 100 to 600 yards after getting sighted in at 100 yards.
With a quick zero and the proper cam setting, the ART M1200-XLR will now compensate for bullet drop out to 1200 yards. Simple as that!
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Our goal for this test was to see if it was possible for the ART system to effectively compensate for trajectory even if we did not zero the scope at 200 yards.
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The Frame Aim Shoot Technique maximizes the capabilities of the Leatherwood ART scopes, allowing you to compensate for bullet drop without needing to know the distance to the target, dial any clicks or use holdovers.
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The #Pumpkin Overlord and his cronies approach. Will this be the end of Angeles Shooting Range as we know it?

Auto Ranging and Shooting the Leatherwood M1000-PRO from 200 - 700 yards

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