To all long yd shooters do you adjust your comb from singles to long caps?I am at the 26yd line and i am debating if an adjustement is required.I have a fully adjustible ljutic and i am currently shooting at 90/10 point of impact with a full choke.
I really do not understand why you are asking people, your choke should tell you were your shooting. I take Harlans advice for the 16s,raise your comb tell you get good smoke and then raise it some more. John
I moved back fairly quickly back in the 80s. Adn I had a coach that emphasized "getting up into the bird" on handicap. I did what he said and it worked and I seem to carry that today. He would watch my shot pod go to the target and even tho I got a decint break, he will tell me to get a little higher. And then we would shot some more practicing that. I guess I do carry that over today.
On the other hand, it seems that I do more adjusting to singles targets than I do handicap. Tend to see more daylight. Iws that automatic? Well in my case it is probably part of that early teaching.
These days, when I practice handicap, I tend to minimally cover the bird and watch what his happening. I shoot a tight enough choke to watch pieces of targets go in one direction or another. So, I am still "Getting up into the bird"
No spacer change. But again, I do shoot 100% high. easily 15" or 5-6" on a 13 yard pattern board.