Originally Posted by Tye
No gun can be set up the same for any shooter. Its personal to each shooter.
So is this the same for PCP's?
It's just that my little brain has a hard time with the concept. That a fixed scope on a gun will have a poi 2 inches lower (or higher) depending upon who is looking down the scope and pulling the trigger. The scope has a Bisley Maximiser on it so I would have thought this reduces the amount of variance of eye position.
I'm not saying this is Schrodinger's Cat or the Double Slit Experiment but it's a bid weird.