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    Default For visual reference: An exactly 50" moose picture.

    Posted last year from a local news website in Maine. Worth a look. 50.5" per their write up. Perfect straight on angle.

    http://www.rumfordfallstimes.com/spo...075day-moose48

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    wow I would have passed on that one.....

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    I have a 50" 2x4 just above my archery backstop. When I practice I have a visual of 50". I have also used my range finder on that 2x4 to see what area of the lense is covered at 20,30,40,50. That way, when I range find the moose I have a visual in the range finder that is 50" too.

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    Dave thats a great idea using the rang finder on the rack Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by Daveinthebush View Post
    I have a 50" 2x4 just above my archery backstop. When I practice I have a visual of 50". I have also used my range finder on that 2x4 to see what area of the lense is covered at 20,30,40,50. That way, when I range find the moose I have a visual in the range finder that is 50" too.
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