See thru the riflescope

No Fear in Accuracy

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A simple question...

Do you look at the crosshair or look at the animal while shoot?
(I'm a master pistol shooter and I always concentrate at the front sight, the target is slightly blurred.)

-Denny
 

Guns & Glass

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Actually both,....if the scope is adjusted properly.
Sadly, most shooters don't either know how, or do it correctly.
 

littletoes

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I focus at the animal, and if the cross-hairs are adjusted properly, they are focused too. Adjust the scope to fit you, and the shot.
 

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