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How to tell how much MOA adjustment is left in my scope?

 
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Old 02-26-2009, 09:38 AM
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Re: How to tell how much MOA adjustment is left in my scope?

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Just because you hear clicking it does not mean you have that elevation. There are a lot of scopes that run out of elevation before they stop clicking. The best way to see how much elevation you have in a scope is to put it on a bore site. The Bore Site has a grid and you can see how much travel it has.

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Thats interesting
Thanks Zach
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Old 04-13-2010, 10:55 PM
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Re: How to tell how much MOA adjustment is left in my scope?

I agree with Mike, With a bore site grid you can just dial away and see when your reticle stops moving. All my scope reticles stop moving before I run out of clicks.
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Re: How to tell how much MOA adjustment is left in my scope?

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All my scope reticles stop moving before I run out of clicks.
I've noticed that of one of my lesser scopes. I strapped down a gun with one of my Zeiss on it and found the same thing with that scope too.
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