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Tips on night time shooting
« on: October 21, 2020, 01:51:45 AM »
What am I doing wrong? during the day I zero my scope perfectly..come night I'm shooting all around my bullseye..???..is it a optical illusion type of thing? during the day I get plenty of light in my scope tube but at night I still see my reticle because it's illuminated..so is my target.. could the lack of natural daylight be the problem??even though I'm still using illuminated optics??I  don't get it....help!!..lol..ty guys
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