fasteddie wrote:Your math theory doesn't matter at all . The distance you need to be concerned with is the distance from the base of the tree to the deer (horizontal distance) . So in your example , the distance to be considered is 30 yards . It's that simple !
Joel Spring wrote:
That's the answer. I use my range finder -- before the season. I mark out 10, 20 and 30 usually with some small twigs stuck in the ground. I always mark the range from the base of my tree to the target area. You simply can't go wrong this way. I don't buy the "changed anchor point" or "bent at the waist" changes in accuracy. Practice in your yard from a treestand and you won't see any huge changes in your shooting form come hunting season.
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