Carry the range finder one day. Pick a target, call distance, step it off and then range back to your starting point. Might not want to practice drawing on co-workers though even without the bow folks can go all skwerlly on youI guess ranges and walk them all the time, almost every day at work, long hallways. Can't say I've ever correlated my pace to yard tho. Probably ought to do that.
Do you judge on ground distance or perception of body size?If I saw an elk at what I judged to be 40 I would feel comfortable shooting. They are big and the drop from 40 to 45 or 35 to 40 is within the kill zone of an elk. Beyond 40 and I would want to use my range finder.
Do you judge on ground distance or perception of body size?
I've golfed since I was a kid, so I'm decent out to 250-300 yards. Basically within driver range
When we golf I like to test my yardages and I am not sure what is worse my guesses or my golf game...