Bolt Action - Long range Firing

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skittlesareyum47

FNG / Fresh Meat
Jun 29, 2009
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I can not do long range for crap. As far as aim compensating for range I can do OK, but leading a target at long range I CAN'T. If I get the kill it's probably just luck.I saw a diagram/series of pictures a while ago that showed a K98 sight, and showed an enemy soldier and showing you how much to lead depending on how much of the sight he took up or something. When I saw it it helped greatly, but it's been a long time since I saw that so I'm at square one. Anyone know what picture/diagram I'm talking about?
 

teemu92

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May 31, 2011
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I have never seen such a picture, i myself just try to learn the leading differences depending on range :s

It is quite hard but once you get it down you will be taking guys out like nothing.
 

Sulman

FNG / Fresh Meat
Nov 25, 2012
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I can not do long range for crap. As far as aim compensating for range I can do OK, but leading a target at long range I CAN'T. If I get the kill it's probably just luck.I saw a diagram/series of pictures a while ago that showed a K98 sight, and showed an enemy soldier and showing you how much to lead depending on how much of the sight he took up or something. When I saw it it helped greatly, but it's been a long time since I saw that so I'm at square one. Anyone know what picture/diagram I'm talking about?

You will be surprised how quickly you get good at it. Stick to one weapon and you learn the picture without thinking.