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Old December 16, 2019, 09:39 AM   #17
Bart B.
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Originally Posted by Dirty_Harry View Post
Basically If I were to drop it, I dont want it to break. (reasonable height) I want it to hold zero.
If the rifle's dropped 2 feet upside down and the scope front or back end lands on the ground first, that'll bend the scope and zero lost. Moreso with aluminum tubes than steel tubes and on rocks than dirt.

Take a backup scope that's zeroed......just in case......

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