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Old 26th September 2009, 01:52 PM
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Ideally you want your scope crystal clear for the 20-25 yard mark because when it's crystal clear there's less parallax error and the 20-25yard range is where most of the 15mm reducers are, so that's where the least margin for error lies.

With a PA at about 23yards it makes 40 yard a tiny bit blurred and 45yards a bit more blurred on my scope. With practice you can tell the difference between a 40 yarder and a 45 yarder just by the amount of blur.

That's how I set my scopes up, but everyone's different - so have a play.
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