Question about Aimpoint 10338 CompML2 4 MOA
You are simply moving the dot out of the field of view.
The Aimpoint is set up to allow you to hit now matter where in the field of view the dot appears. High, low, right, left, it doesn't matter. If you can place the dot on target, your bullet will hit where the dot appears. Too much angle away from the center will move the dot out of your field of view however, This is apparently what is happening to you.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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