Originally Posted by scutter
I see your point Pete, However, when we were looking at the light stream we found that with a floating head it was very hard to get a consistant group.
For a very talented shooter I think the Lightstream could be a good scope, it has great optics, But, the EB and the Hawke have such a tight snap in snap out as long as you can see the kill through the scope you should kill it.
All I know is I am not good enough to shoot a lightstream
I'm not sure I see what you mean though Gary as for the same head movement the lightstream has less error than the EB, that is of course assuming they are both parallaxed to the exact same distance.
Were you using the same gun with exactly the same scope height, if not then any head movement when shooting won't have been the same unless the cheek piece was adjusted accordingly