Optimum distance for him is 500 to 800 yds. The lens is exposed because he just flipped the camo off of it to fire. Otherwise a flap of the burlap would cover it. It won't reflect light (sunshade) and you're dead before you see him at distance.
Strange that I never saw the need to do this AND I still hit targets at 500yds one of them being a markers pointer telling me I'd missed when I hadn't. I was just using an iron leaf battle sight not a scope on the good one L1A1 7.62 Self Loading Rifle....
Well true, I mean you see him now because the camera is focussed on him, but from 300+yds you might not?? and I actually saw a better defence to cover the scope, protects against scope glare as well as the perfect circle forming, ~[Cont. in reply]~
thecrotchetyoldcynic - July 24, 2013, 11:24 pm, #248058
#1 Stupidity, and (no offense to anyone) #2 ranchers, #3 diabetes patients, #4 morbidly obese (5 yards verses 10 yards; a little exercise to the grocery store entrance isn't going to kill anyone - may do 'em some good) #5 mother with nine children.
House would probably just punch out the little fruit.
thecrotchetyoldcynic - July 24, 2013, 11:30 pm, #248059
I already have and, Chri5t on a cracker! Putting two people who have Aspergers in the same room.... bad idea. Entertaining, yes - but you may be forced to make a choice between whom you like the best X-/