I just read the review on target tagz and I would like to add a comment
or two. For those of you who have trouble returning to zero on these target
type scopes, you can measure the distance on the bottom of your elevation
knob between when the knob is cranked all the way down and your 200 yard
zero, then get a spacer made to take up the difference and slip it on between
the elevation knob and the bottom and epoxy it in place, Thereafter, when
you want to return to return to your 200 zero , just turn it all the way
down and you are there.
Also there is a simple rule to remember if you forget what your 500 and 600 yard zeros are if you can remember what your 300 and 400 zeros are. The 500 yard zero is double the number of inches that you have to come up from going from 200 to 400 yards. And the 600 zero is always 10 times the number of inches that you have to come up from 200 to 300 yards. I am talking inches here, not minutes of angle. For some of you guys, this is just trivia but it may be helpful to others.
S.C.D.H., Ohio USA - Monday, October 12, 1998 at 18:13:01 (EDT)
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