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Here is a printed range drop that I laminated in packing tape, and just slide it under the ammo cuff.
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Here I put riggers tape on the stock, and wrote the info with a sharpie. It looks upside down but that is so I can tilt the rifle and read it right side up.
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If I need one, I will generally laminate it with clear Gorilla tape and then affix to the stock with the same. If I want more data, I save the JBM chart in my phone to have on standby.


Old pic, but same concept applies.

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I made my own dope disk to fit inside the rear scope cap this year. On rifles with see-thru scope caps, I'm back to the tried and true card taped to the off-side of the action, so the butt never leaves your shoulder.

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How are your yardage intervals laid out? I know that this is cartridge/species/weather specific.

Say a 150 grain 308 for whitetail? Thanks.

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Print, laminate, punch a hole on the upper right corner and then zip tie to your furthest scope ring.

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You can lay them out however you want, most use 50yds out to their maximum comfort range, other use 100yds and do the math for the distance between, I use 50yds to 500yds.


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I use 50yd increments taped to the side of my stock.
Don't over complicate the [bleep].

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Originally Posted by MontanaMarine
Here is a printed range drop that I laminated in packing tape, and just slide it under the ammo cuff.
[Linked Image from i.imgur.com]

Here I put riggers tape on the stock, and wrote the info with a sharpie. It looks upside down but that is so I can tilt the rifle and read it right side up.
[Linked Image from i.imgur.com]

Go simple like said above. Sharpie and Riggers tape just works. Good luck Sir

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