Mr. Glock wrote:One practice note, from Shooterwolf, is to get a 22 LR bolt action, mount a scope with tactical dials (i.e. you can turn the turrets like you do long range) and a bipod, and then shoot out 100 to 200 yards. Basically, you just scaled everything down (except stock fit) for short range practice that mimics long range shooting with a centerfire. You don't get the recoil impulse, of course, but 200 yards is stretching out the 22 LR.
Great tip! I want to start long range shooting and this will be a cheap way to start practicing the fundamentals beforehand.
Thanks Mr. glock & Shooterwolf!