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Old 18th September 2011, 10:10 PM
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But it is pretty important that the lens is mounted perpendicular to the optical axis of the scope, otherwise you may lose your zero in both planes when you are using it.

I prefer to use mine for rangefinding then swing it out of the way and refocus with the bare scope. Mine will go down to 11 yards with no loss of definition and the sight picture gets a bit blurry closer than that.
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