Re: Scope cover from England improved parallax
I truly hope you understand that I'm not advocating improper cheek weld and having your eye centered behind the optic. That's not what I was saying at all. It is important to be centered up, no doubt.
However, from my experience, when you dial out the parallax using the provided method on a rifle scope, whether it be side focus or adjustable objective, where the crosshair lays, is where the bullet goes. You can shift your eye out of position, and yet it does not affect the shot.
I'm willing to concede that on some rifle scopes of lesser quality, it would make a difference however.
On some scopes I've had, for instance. The image would be in focus, but parallax error would be present. In order to be parallax free, I would have to deal with an out of focus target.