I no longer buy scopes without a paralax adjustment function. My reasoning is simple. When paralax is adjusted properly, your groups shrink considerably. For me this builds confidence in my equipment, and ability as a shooter, and even confidence in my hand loads. All of wich I consider important for streaching the legs on my firearms.
All that being said, shooting a deer at 300yds and less Ive never taken the time to adjust the paralax for something that big that close.
Is having a P/A scope a necisity? probably not in this case (imo), but its a very usefull function when you streach the legs of your firearm. Practice at longer ranges builds skill and personal ability. You may be suprised at how well you can shoot when you tip the scales in your favor
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