Long range and fixed parallax, anybody tried this?
Hi guys, looking for some advice really regarding the Bushnell Elite 3200 10x40 Tactical, I saw it in the shop today and I was impressed with its quality and price. Has anybody had a crack at this scope or know anybody who has?
I donít have a lot of disposable funds at the moment but I need something to mount on my Remington 700 SPS in .223, I just got a thumbhole laminate stock for it (bedding video to follow) and want to get something decent glass wise without breaking the bank, so......
How is a fixed parallax scope going to fair accuracy wise at long range? (for a .223) I'll be shooting targets at a max range of just over 600yds, but mostly 400 and under when varmint hunting.
I've never used a fixed parallax scope for long range before, the only one I have is mounted to my rimfire. So can most of the limitations be overcome by being more diligent with regards a consistent cheek weld? I'm thinking it could but if anybody has experience in this field I'd appreciate some advice.