As always, a clear, concise, in-depth, and helpful article for gun owners. This forum is fortunate to have a member like Iowegan who has contributed so much knowledge to those of us who enjoy our firearms. Thanks again Gary, for an excellent article.
I just finished reading it. Thanks. When I make an adjustment I usually will shoot two rounds without really aiming to seat the inner tube. I've found that if I use the first shot to re-adjust I end up chasing it around. I never knew about the inner tube but from experience just found that it needed a few shots to settle the adjustment.
Good info.....30-34mm scopes also offer more elevation adjustment for the long range shooters.....BDC reticles can be very advantageous for anyone, in order for it to be effective you need to learn range estimation and the load you shoot in your rifle....a lot of people do not take the time to know the trajectory of round they normally shoot past 100 yards, a BDC scope can make longer range hits very easy.....take the extra time at the range....
Thanks Lowegan - That is a very good & easily understood read. Reminded me of Star Ware by Harrington. If you ever look for a night sky scope or just enjoy the optics side of things you may want to give it a look. Way up there in Husker land you should have a good dark sky.