If you are that smart why not just google the info you want?
Google gives me correct information, and not a bunch of kooks who go off
tangentially at any stimulation. Sometimes I do it just to see what the
reaction is. Like a cattle prod on a wet cat. You know what's going to
happen, but it's still fun to watch the cat.
Yes, common measurements of ten to forty feet, but occasionally out to 60'.
The ones I had before had great difficulty getting much distance unless it
was shooting at a very flat wall, like a block wall, or a block wall on a
building that was more than one story tall.
I have a good rolling measure device, tape measures, and access to good
satellite pictures of high resolution, but at times these won't work because
of overhangs, obstructions, trees, etc.
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