Long-range target shooting
In many countries, regulated shooting ranges mean that long-range target shooting takes place at distances of approx. 300 to 1,000 yards. In the USA, the distances are approx. 1,000 to 2,000 yards. Shooting at these distances requires some understanding of ballistics, as well as special target optics. For example, the reticle elevation needs a large adjustment range to compensate for bullet drop. The wind also plays a significant role, so lateral hold marks in the reticle or lateral adjustment options are also necessary. In addition, high magnification and an increased zoom are needed for flexible use at medium to long distances.