hood of the truck is generally good for 600...can be a little hard to load the bipod...truck bed is good on high ground...easier to load the bipod prone too.Just a quick question that is probably irrelevant - - -> In the hunting environment,what kind of rest(s) will be available for that "magical" 600yd shot ?? --- SAWMAN
that's the thing....it is really an outta the ass goal. If you consistently maintain a less than 1 MOA error at your 100 yard target you will most likely maintain the same error at 600. Once you have a better grasp on environmental factors you will be fine. Once you clean out the limits of your mind that isGuys, I’ve never shot anything beyond 100 yards. I just pulled the 600 yard number out of my a** because it was mentioned early in this thread so I ran with it. I don’t even have anywhere to practice beyond 100 yards right now. Like I said earlier, I’m an equivalent to a 5 year old in this area right now, but we all start somewhere. I wouldn’t take a long shot on an animal without being sure of my abilities.