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Old December 1, 2021, 01:11 PM   #6
jmr40
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If you're not going to be using the feature often you can do it with a conventional scope by removing the cap. On most of mine once they are zeroed I can set a reference point so I know where zero is.


If I want to then adjust for longer ranges I just twist the dial. You do have to count clicks. And you have to be careful when you re-zero it. It isn't as fast, but I've done so in the past when shooting at longer ranges at a firing range. Probably too slow and too much effort to try to do while hunting.
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