Originally Posted by Gibbs
I realise that seeing your point of impact on an FT/HFT target is very useful, but how many people regularly see it and how? At 50 mag I only see it if the target is clean or occasionally when sunlight is only shining on the target.
I see a very large percentage of them but I separate that in two, POI and the flight of the pellet.
For the POI you need to memorize the target marks and do the follow thru.
For the flight of the pellet it depends of several factors:
-Light, itís better if the sun is behind you.
-Height of the scope, the highest the better.
-Distance, over 40 yards for my scope height.
-Magnification of the scope.
-And finally the follow thru.