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Old 17th January 2016, 11:54 AM
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Shaun Shaun is offline
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Hi Gary

You're right you have to learn the scope for different environmental conditions.

Temperature will affect the scope and the air density.

If you go to a comp you will see FT shooters checking their set up and making adjustments for the conditions.

Look at some scopes and you'll see tempreture gauges/strips on them and possibly different range markings for when their scope gets to the tempreture that it changes.

Hope this helps

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