• Optic Accessory Reviews

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    The Reticle-Tru showing the reticle alignment slot, ocular V, and top and bottom pointers.

    I was recently sent a new tool used to align your reticle so as to be perfectly inline with the centerline of your firearm. ...
    Published on 09-22-2008 02:27 PM  Number of Views: 143 
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    A few months ago, I shot in a 600-yard benchrest match, and I was hooked, so I decided to build a dedicated long-range benchrest gun. Being on a tight budget, I had to build it with what money I could salvage together. ...
    Published on 08-16-2005 04:46 PM  Number of Views: 182 
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    For many years, I have been leveling scopes by a very similar method. I always try to find a spot on the rifle usually near the tang or across the base where I place a small line level. This is usually a decent way to level out the rifle. However often times there are some difficulties finding the right spot and it is usually a problem to keep the level in place. ...
    Published on 09-15-2003 09:04 AM  Number of Views: 166 
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    Mil-dot reticles are becoming quite popular these days. Practically all scope manufacturers offer at least one scope with them or at least a variation there of. There is a good reason for that. Mil-dots are one of the most effective tools for ranging a target. They have no moving parts to loose or wear out and they don't use a power source like batteries. This makes them dead nuts reliable and can be used on any size and shape targets at any distance in any conditions.

    The only real drawback to the mil-dot is the math involved with using it. It can get pretty daunting at times to try and figure out how many mils equal how many minutes of angle and then figure out how many minutes of angle of adjustment is needed at that particular distance. ...

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