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Old January 15, 2013, 04:29 PM   #8
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How about just choosing one distance for the scope adjustment and use the dots or marks in the viewfinder and hold over / under for all other distances.
It takes a little trial and error to find these, but once done, it keeps messing with the scope to a minimum.
It doesn't matter all that much what distance is chosen for the scope setting, as long as the crosshair, 'etc, is pretty much centered and easy to find.
You won't have to be as concerned with running out of scope adjustment with this method, either.
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