The longest shot I have made on a snow was probably almost 80 yards but that was complete luck shooting at a big flock flying kind of low. Typically when actually hunting I will shoot from 30 to 50 yards the 50 being the last few birds that are flying away or when they don't want to come in any closer. And I'm not joking about the almost 80 yard shot idk how it happened I just shot into a big flock for the hell of it cause I hate snows and got lucky it was all luck I will admit and not a range I would normally try shooting at. I was duck hunting a small lake and there were no ducks in site when the flock of snows flew over and I figured I would try and got lucky.
Red neck engineering- If ya can't fix it with duck tape, bailing wire, zip ties, and JB weld well than it can't be fixed.
If it moves and it aint suppose to duck tape it. If doesn't move and its suppose to put WD-40 on it.