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Old November 17, 2012, 01:36 PM   #13
Bartholomew Roberts
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Yes, eyebox is another consideration - especially if you are shooting multigun; however a scope still requires a consistent cheek weld or you'll get shifts in POI. One problem I have with the TA11 ACOG is that it has a giant eyebox, so it is easy to pick up the dot; but if your cheekweld isn't consistent, it won't shoot to POA.

Usually that type of shooting is close enough that the shift doesn't matter much; but it can surprise you.
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