How clear is "clear"
and how bright is "bright?
I've got an old Bushnell 10X40X50 target scope. It has 1/8 MOA clicks which I doubt is even remotely close to an 1/8th inch at 100 yards.
The scope seems really dark even at 10X compared to some of my other scopes set up as high as 18.
I doubt if I could zero at 100 and then "dial in" any distance at all consistently over 150.
But when I do get it zeroed, usually at about 300 I can hit remarkably well. At 1/4 of a mile I can see the bullet holes well enough to make scope adjustments.
If I could find a scope that can see bullet holes at 440, dial up or down and back with consistency, clear and bright I'd be tickled. I'm open to suggestions up to $500.
thanks in advance for any advice or constructive criticism.
Shoot straight or shoot often.