How Do You Use Adjustable Objective Rifle Scopes?

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How Do You Use Adjustable Objective Rifle Scopes?

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The term “scope” for a rifle comes from the word telescope. As such, a scope makes distance objects appear closer through the eyepiece. Rifle scopes have aiming points that are called reticules. Different scopes have different types of reticules. The most commonly known reticule, or aiming point, for a scope is the traditional crosshairs. The aiming point for scopes that have crosshairs is where the two lines, one horizontal and one vertical, intersect. At the extended magnification ranges of some scopes, parallax error can cause the reticule to shift. The adjustable objective rifle scope corrects this parallax error. Prepare for shooting your rifle in the same manner as if your rifle scope were not adjustable. This includes adhering to the standard safety practices of using firearms, whether you are target shooting or hunting. Aim at the target. The adjustable objective rifle scope comes into play at long distance, generally greater than 100 yards or meters. See if an adjustment needs

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