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Old January 7, 2013, 03:31 PM   #3
jmr40
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I've used dots and find a 1-4X or even 2-7X is much better. Up close they are faster on target and offer the added flexability of longer range precision. Dots are easier to see in poor light, but the target is hard to pick up. The crosshairs on a scope are harder to see in poor light, but the target is easier to see, so low light use is about a wash.
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