I am considering jumping into a kestrel with ballistic solver. I already have a Leica 2800.com that it could connect to. My goal is to extend my effective hunting range to 700 yards by next fall. I shoot fairly regularly out to this distance but it’s always the same location and not much variation in temp, wind, etc. I’m wondering if a kestrel would make a significant difference in my ability to make first round hits at distances of 600-800 yards as I begin to stretch out my capabilities. I believe in the end more trigger time will be the key… but I’m not afraid to buy the right tools for the job either. Would love to hear some thoughts on using a kestrel while hunting, more for the ballistic solver capabilities than the wind meter necessarily.