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    Wednesday, December 28, 2011

    Rifle scopes

      All of us work hard, so when we get a chance to enjoy ourselves by pursuing our hunting or shooting hobby, we don’t want to be saddled with equipment that doesn’t do the job. You want a quality rifle scope that will do what you need it to do without paying too much. Simply put, Rifle scopes magnify an image and put your eye on the same optic plane as the image you are viewing. Scopes magnify an image by bending light rays through a series of lenses within the scope. The laws of physics being what they are, lower powered scopes are typically shorter and have smaller lenses than higher powered scopes. There are some basics that apply to rifle scopes, tactical scopes, Sniper scope, muzzle loader and pistol scopes. All rifle scopes have a reticle like cross hairs, a dot, a post or similar markings built in to reference the center of the field of view seen through the scope. If you have ever used open sights you know you have several things to worry about at the same time. It takes a lot of practice to reliably shoot open sites well. There’s a ton of rifle scopes on the market,so how do you go about choosing the scope that’s right for you? It all depends on the type of shooting you’re doing, the type of gun you’re shooting, and personal preferences of features like color and reticle type.