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Old November 5, 2012, 06:14 PM   #6
tobnpr
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"Mushy"clicks, and those that are imprecise, are hallmarks of cheap optics.

But, you can have a "cheap" scope with those characteristics that wouldn't cut it for long range applications- but that "hold" zero in that once you've got the reticle positioned where you want it, it doesn't shift under recoil.

This can be "OK" for a hunting application, just "zero" it based on maximum point blank range, and you never have to touch the elevation turret- and you can hold for wind based on conditions.

But if it doesn't "hold" point of aim, you're SOL...
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