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How to use accutrac 2x7 redfeild scope , there are lines above the crosshairs and a yardage graph on the bottom of the crosshairs, how exactly do i use this scope

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Looking for instructions on the use of an Acu-trac rifle scope by Redfield. There are lines above the crosshairs and a yardage graph on the bottom of the crosshairs.

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

  • baxteraddis Nov 22, 2010

    When you see your target, adjust your variable range until the top cross hair lay on the back of the deer and the 2nd cross hair is on the deers belly. with this done read the yardage on the scale to the right. Say it reads 400 yards, you then turn the elevation knob to 4. you then can shoot the regular cross hairs dead on.

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