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This field-tested riflescope offers a reliable design with cutting-edge refinements. Scopes with variable power will have model numbers like 4-12 x 32,” which means you can adjust between four and twelve times magnification. If accurate shooting at very long ranges is your target goal with your new rifle and scope setup, you will want to consider a scope with a greater magnification and a larger objective for light gathering purposes.
More traditional second focal plane scopes are designed in a way that the target is magnified, but the reticle remains a constant size. Alternately look through the bore and scope, and taking care not to nudge the rifle, adjust the reticle over the object.
For instance, a deer hunter and a target shooter will require different types of scopes. Reflex sights like the Trijicon RMR are popular on handguns because they are light and durable while offering a bright, illuminated aiming point for rapid target acquisition.
The eyepiece is user-specific and shouldn't be adjusted again unless someone else used your scope or if there are drastic changes in the quality of your vision. In my experience, over-adjustment causes more perceived issues with riflescopes than any other issue.
Weaver's T-Series fixed riflescopes give you the eighth MOA accuracy you need to be dead on, shot after shot. It transmits light back towards the ocular lens, which is the one nearest your eye. This scope is reinforced to stand up to the recoil of today's high-powered spring-piston break barrels, and loaded with features that enhance your shooting experience.