Re: Anyone seen this happen with their rifle scope?
No, you are'nt crazy ! just Kraky [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
Hey man , there are loads of guys here that can do this better , but I just happened along first.
Parallax, yes ! I am not familiar with your scope but what you are experiencing sounds like incorrect adjustment of same for the distance you are shooting at.
If the scope you are using has an adjustable objective ( whether side focus or on the objective lens , doesn't matter)you would want to adjust the parallax,read focus , at whatever distance you are shooting at and the process involves finding the place that where moving your head causes the crosshairs to move the least or not at all.
Scopes with fixed parallax are usually set around the hundred or so mark, Leupold scopes can be sent to the custom shop to have the parallax adjusted to the clients preference.There is so much more on this subject that I think it would be best for me to leave it with clearer heads and those with more understanding. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] I'm still waiting for someone to encapusulate the " parallax " thing in a way that I would want to save it for future enquirers.
Anyways , now that I've confused the heck out of you, I'll see you later ,