Re: Which scope?
Its not you!After I reread it I didnt understand it either [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
It can be both depending on the scope.
Shoot a group at full power some time and then turn the power down to 1/2 of its value and shoot another group.The point of impact changes in some scopes and it dont take much of a change in power to change point of impact sometimes.
What I realy ment by it is this.Most of the scopes set thier rangeing reticles at full power but lets say you find out the reticle matches you load better turned down a couple of xs.All is good and fine till you turn the scope up to view something or down to cut the mirage a little better and forget to turn it back to its calibrated setting.Not a problem if your shooting a town full of prairie dogs but if you miss the only groundhog you've sean all day it becomes a problem.
Give me too many choices,buttons or setting and I'll screw it up as often as it helps [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]
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