Turret Adjustment???


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Oct 23, 2009
I was just wondering what experience you guys have had with scopes adjusting when you put your clicks in. I have some scopes that seem perfect, every click seems to be adjusting. Other times it seems like I have to move my scope twice as much as I should to get the right adjustment. Im sure it has to do with the quality of the scope. I have a Leupold VX3 4.5x14x40 and I was considering having a turret made for it. Is this scope to low quality to rely on it properly adjusting every time? This scope also has a fine duplex reticle and I have been hunting with it. So far I havent had any problems with it being too fine but I was wondering if anyone else has any pros or cons on having the fine compared to the normal. It seems like it might be better for long range shots.... gun)

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