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Old August 26, 2013, 08:27 AM   #17
buck460XVR
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Where I generally hunt, it is so thick that you do not need to "glass" an area looking for game. If you can not distinguish a deer from a hunter with your eyes at that range, you need new glasses or should not be in the woods. That said, in that situation, I do use my scope to determine if the animal is worth shooting, because the animal is so close I already have the gun on it. But, since I generally hunt with iron sighted handguns, this is usually a moot point. Here in Wisconsin it is a crime to "scope" another hunter, even those that may be trespassing. "Scoping" a warden or other LEO will turn you into a felon.
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