Posts Tagged: scope maintenance

Ron Spomer

Tips for Scope Care in the Field


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Be Instantly Ready: You might have an hour to make a shot on some animals, but only seconds on others. High magnification scopes are useful for those careful long shots, but a hindrance when action happens quickly right in front of you. So… Get in the habit of carrying your scope on a low setting […]

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Ron Spomer

Scope Problems Solved


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Sometimes the reticle lens (reticles are etched in glass these days) breaks loose from torque. You’ll see this when the crosshair begins to look canted. Sometimes it shifts a fraction of an inch forward or back, and this will show as a sudden blurring. You can compensate for it to a degree by turning the […]

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