I know deer season is upon us, though I am not a hunter. (Not yet anyway.) All the people in their blaze orange will be out enjoying nature, employing their tried and true tactics, until they find their target. A couple weeks ago I was in Indiana, and I was zeroing the new Leupold Mk 6 Riflescope at 100 yards. We had already boresighted the rifle, and then fired a couple shots figuring out where we stood. This scope has a different method to set the zero than other scopes we have, so we paused for just a moment to read the manual, and then I was about to take another shot… I looked through my scope, and you won’t believe what I saw. I will let my photos tell the story:
We couldn’t believe what we were seeing, we had seriously been firing shots through that target within 2 minutes of her walking into our bullet path. Luckily I had my
Cannon (forgive my BIG GUN Freudian slip). I actually had my Canon nearby and quietly snapped a few photos. We just sat there silently watching her until she went on her way – it was the magic of nature.