Question about Optics
I don't have any specific expertise regarding rifle scopes, but I'd use the simple optics knowledge I possess and tell you that the crosshairs had gotten loose; when you shoot, it moves out of the focal point, that's why it jumps and blurs. If you could just manage to take it apart, you can surely fix it up yourself.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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