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When sighting more than 100yds multiple distances appear.

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What are the size specs for a K4

- Magnification: 10x50mm
- Finish: Rubber Armor
- Prism: Roof
- Exit Pupil (mm): 5.00
- Field of View ft 100yds/m 100m: 287/96
- Eye Relief (in./mm): 17.0
- Length (in./mm): 6.5/165
- Width (in./mm): 5.2/133
- Weight (oz./g): 22.93/650

Nov 02, 2016 | Optics

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You will need to shoot over a chronograph to get the muzzle velocity for you weapon with the ammo you want then you can input the info into a free ballistics programming like chairgun from the telescopic sight company Hawke and print of drop sheets for any range you require or use the manufactures stats for the round and input that

Mar 04, 2015 | Optics

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Depends totally on the ammunition you use. It will be markedly different for a light loaded heavy bullet .38 special as compared to a fast light bullet .357. The difference could be measured in feet rather than inches at 100 yards.

There are several ballistics programs on the internet that will help you with this, but you need to know things like bullet speed, ballistic coefficient, distance, etc. to use them effectively. Something as simple as a call to the ammunition manufacturer could answer your question quickly. Just ask them the drop of the bullet at 25 and 100 yards and adjust your sights using that information.

Mar 29, 2014 | Optics

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No, it means the retical (cross hairs) will move 1/4 in. at 100yds.for every click of the windage or elevation knob.

Jan 15, 2014 | Leupold Optics

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The reticle on my ACOG 3.5x scope won't go down far enough sight in @ 100yds. It is 12" high at 100yds and the reticle is maxed out. What should I do?

this is not uncomon jack up the frount of the scope with a fuw strips of 35mm film if you can this will lower the point of aim a lot at 100yds,,,you may need to let off the screws and fit a thin washer/s under the scope to lift the frount up

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I purchased the scope from US. After mounting to a Tikka super varmit I bore sighted it using a Bushnell Bore Sighter. I have been unable to get the elevation to 600 metres as it stops at 400 metres on...

easy this one!!!! undo the eye end of the scope and slip under the scope 3 strips or so of 35mm film then nip the scope back down this will lift the point of aim well above what you need,,,
do your self a faver though,,,throw away that bore sighter,,,and bore sight the scope at 100yds first,
but clamp the gun in a gun vice when sighting it in,,,,you need to get rid of all the wobbely bits first?
gess whats the bigest wobbley bit,,,,yep,,,,,you are!

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Rifle scope with 50 foot paralex needed w/24x+ power

well a fixed scope will be bang on target at 100yds only but off a bit at 50yds a paralex scope will be bang on target what ever the range is as the paralex puts the range right every time wether its a verible or not so if i were you i would go for the paralex scope
and i also do bench rest shooting, with .22,,,357,,,22/250,,,303...7.62/308,,,
up to 1200mtrs!

Jan 12, 2010 | Tasco Target/Varmint 6-24x42mm Rifle Scope...

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I think formula in instructions for calculating actual clicks for non-100 yard distances is bogus. upside-down. very very wrong. you know what I mean or should I quote it? not your problem, it's GAMO's....

your wasting your time with them my friend, all they will say is,,,a 177 air rifle shooting over 100 yds?????
you are kidding!
dont bother reading up all the jen, just set out some targets at 5yds apart and shoot at them till you find out just what your rifle's bullet drop is, but at 100yds you may fine your shooting at the sky,,,,

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I have a Tasco 460 Night Vision Scope that I cannot get to group such as even in a vise it is off at 100 yards apprximatly 2 feet all over the place. Can you help?

to be honest night vishion scopes are a bit of a fad,
grouping at 100 yds? its hard at 30 yds there for shooting at people realy not small things like rats i have 4 nv scopes none realy group like a telly sight the best one is an e rushion sight that is good but hitting a bunny in the head at 30yds is very hard however try fitting a small lazer or better still 2 of them set at a range of 100yds so the two points of light are then only one point of light and your bang on at 100yds if there two colours thats even better at you wil know how far or close you are to the target by how far out the two points of light are, but i would give up on hitting the bull every time with any nv sight test it to see if its floting about first also you never sead whats it fitted to?

Jan 01, 2010 | Optics

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Will my scope remain zeroed at different distances?

You need to look at your bullet ballistics, Most guns should shoot dead on at say 15 - 17 yards out, to be on center at 100. Line of sight is straight the bullet must go over the line of sight to come back down and cross again so far out -- make sense? So no you will be a little high at 100 but may be close at 130 - 150. Ck on line for your ballistics with the bullet manufacture.

Jun 26, 2009 | Tasco Target/Varmint 6-24x42mm Rifle Scope...

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