# Shoot Farther With Leupold CDS Riflescopes

Want to simplify ... or eliminate ... your long-range holdover technique? There are better options out there.

The folks at Leupold have really done it right with the CDS (Custom Dial System). It's a very simple way and effective way to eliminate the "math game" you need to play when making long shots very quickly on animals.

I also have a technique I call the the 1/3-Second Rule that will give you an effective "bracket range" where you don't need to hold over at all as long as your target is with this bracket, generally out to about 225 yards depending on which cartridge you're shooting.

Sound complicated? It's not ... at all.

Watch the video above where I go in depth to explain the CDS from Leupold, my 1/3-Second Rule and how the two can work together to make you a much more effective hunter.

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The folks at Leupold have really done it right with the CDS (Custom Dial System). It's a very simple way and effective way to eliminate the \"math game\" you need to play when making long shots very quickly on animals.

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I also have a technique I call the the 1/3-Second Rule that will give you an effective \"bracket range\" where you don't need to hold over at all as long as your target is with this bracket, generally out to about 225 yards depending on which cartridge you're shooting.

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Sound complicated? It's not ... at all.

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Watch the video above where I go in depth to explain the CDS from Leupold, my 1/3-Second Rule and how the two can work together to make you a much more effective hunter.

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The folks at Leupold have really done it right with the CDS (Custom Dial System). It's a very simple way and effective way to eliminate the \"math game\" you need to play when making long shots very quickly on animals.

I also have a technique I call the the 1/3-Second Rule that will give you an effective \"bracket range\" where you don't need to hold over at all as long as your target is with this bracket, generally out to about 225 yards depending on which cartridge you're shooting.

Sound complicated? It's not ... at all.

Watch the video above where I go in depth to explain the CDS from Leupold, my 1/3-Second Rule and how the two can work together to make you a much more effective hunter.