Author: Mark Boardman

MARK BOARDMAN Born and raised in Washington State, Mark grew up in a family where hunting and fishing were a way of life. He cut his teeth chasing blacktailed deer and Roosevelt’s Elk. Soon, whitetail deer, mule deer, rocky mountain elk, bears, turkeys, waterfowl, upland birds and varmints became staples of his outdoor pursuits as well. Professionally, Mark has found a home with Vortex Optics. Family owned and operated, Vortex prides itself on providing high-end optics and unmatched customer service to hunters and shooters.

 

MARK BOARDMAN

Born and raised in Washington State, Mark grew up in a family where hunting and fishing were a way of life. He cut his teeth chasing blacktailed deer and Roosevelt’s Elk. Soon, whitetail deer, mule deer, rocky mountain elk, bears, turkeys, waterfowl, upland birds and varmints became staples of his outdoor pursuits as well.

Professionally, Mark has found a home with Vortex Optics. Family owned and operated, Vortex prides itself on providing high-end optics and unmatched customer service to hunters and shooters.


2 thoughts on “Author: Mark Boardman

    Mike Rollo said:
    May 25, 2015 at 10:32 pm

    By any chance do you at Vortex have a Ballistics chart that I can enter bullet caliber, velocity and weight to come up with an idea of roughly where I should be at 200, 300, 400, 500 yd. and so on.
    I have two Vortex scopes, a Crossfire 4-12×44 bdc.on my .270 Ruger American and a Vortex Viper 4-24×50 XLR (moa) on a
    .223 savage model 12 target rifle.
    I reload and shoot both calibers with different powders and different bullets – – – – -It would be really handy if you guys would come up with an easy to read ballistics chart for different yardages and bullets etc. to give a guy at least an on the target paper chance without trying to become a math guy for every load.

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      vortexoptics responded:
      May 26, 2015 at 2:29 pm

      Check out the LRBC program located on our website in the upper right corner. It’s not mobile friendly, but if you’re in front of a computer, it works great. If you’re looking for a good mobile ballistic app, I would highly recommend either Shooter or Strelok as solid options. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at 800-426-0048 ext. 5

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