Yes, he's here.
Actually I haven't re-pa'ed mine. It goes down to 11 yards like most of them do. I have a 50 foot CFA on the front, in a Butler Creek as per normal, and that goes from roughly 16 yards down to 8 or less. The sidewheel has markings on the right hand rim for the plain scope, and on the left hand rim with the CFA in position.
I usually prefer to rangefind the close ones in the overlap region (11 to 15 yards) with the CFA in place, but then swing it out of the way and take the shot with the bare scope after refocussing. There is always the risk that the CFA does not sit dead square to the optical axis, and that would introduce an image shift.
This may help:
Do my gaps look big in this???