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As we've come to expect from you, that is a very well thought out and slick set up Mr. J! I have found, however, that the yardage markings I have made on my two 4200's are slightly off from when I initially made them? Has anyone else found this happening on these scopes? Is this caused by my failing eyesight or loosening tolerances coming into play as the scopes get used more and more?
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You just know I have to get me one of those, or two or.. I always mount my scopes high on my WFTF rigs to reduce the number of clicks needed at long range, so it could spread those long distance numbers out considerably with the extra diameter.
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