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EYE POSITION #7672942 11/26/19 04:30 PM
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Need a little information on rifle scopes & eye position when shooting. If a shooter's eye is below the center of the scope axis will the shot go low or high, say at 100 yds? Now let's reverse this, if the shooter's eye is above the center of the scope axis will the shot be low or high? Thanks Daniel







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The way i understand it, if the parallax setting is correct, a slight offset in the eye position won't affect the shot.


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I have never messed with it, but hold the gun still/put it in a vise and aim it at something then move your head around and see if/how the crosshairs move in relation to what it was aimed at and I think you will have your answer.


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