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I find it helps to use a 'model' for my reflections, I have used the Gibbs model and found it easy to follow.

Try here for some ideas. http://www.devon.gov.uk/reflectivepractice.pdf

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The difference you are experiencing (20-19.2=.8 yards) is within the device ranging accuracy of 1 yard, and is in fact an error of only 4%. That is pretty accurate

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http://bushnell.com/getmedia/1761b4a2-f4d9-45f7-b1d3-1e400fead84a/REVISE-20-1932-20-19426LIM.pdf?ext=.pdf


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