Originally Posted by drespecki
I guess I am searching for particular brands or models that are more forgiving at medium to high magnifications (no scope shadowing on the edges beginning if you are not set dead nuts straight on with your head position)
The higher the magnification the more the head position becomes critical.
When you are shooting prone the higher power you can use because you can adjust the cheek
piece and the adjustable but stock.
But for general hunting (All positions) you need to limit the power. I like 4.5 x 14 because it is
low enough to take running shots. but high enough to take long shots.
I recomend setting the eye relief at Max power and the lower power will be more forgiving.
There is not a lot of difference in scopes (Normally they have 3'' to 4'' at max power)
and go down from there.
The proper height scope rings can also have an effect on this problem.
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