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Old 16th May 2012, 06:33 PM
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When the scope is high above the barrel it has the effect of flattening the trajectory at the longer ranges (40 to 55 yards for example) and as such makes the rangefinding a little less critical. It also means that you have to twiddle your knob for england when dialling in the shorter ranges.

Have a look a the BFTA manual for setting up scopes for a more detailed explination
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