I have a Leupold 1.5-5×20 MR/T scope that I have really come to like quite a bit. It has the great Leupold SPR reticle and really well designed turrets that match well to the 16″ AR-15 that I have it mounted on. In order to get the most out of a rifle and optic combination like this, the shooter must spend a lot time recording exactly how their rifle and optic shoot with their chosen ammunition. Impact Data Books can make that process more organized and more specific to your particular optic with their customizable data books.
I don’t do much long range shooting. I rarely shoot past 300 yards but when I do it is nice to be able to have my holds worked out ahead of time. Impact Data Books offers pages for their data books that are specific to several of the most common reticles on the market – like the Leupold SPR reticle.
The pages consist of a picture of the reticle with features of the reticle called out to record the yardages for your hold overs. Hold over data can be dependent on a number of other factors so there is also space to enter things like atmospheric conditions, location, and ammo. You can work up several different cards for various locations or ammo types.
Impact Data Books makes their data books in two different sizes and the custom reticle pages are available in both sizes. They are also available printed on regular paper, the excellent Rite in the Rain paper, or laminated for use with alcohol map pens.
I am really impressed with this customizable, modular approach to data books. Check out the Impact Data Books website.