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Red Dot scopes

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by iwovet, Jun 3, 2003.

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  1. iwovet

    iwovet Member

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    Got a question on red dot scopes. I just bought a BSA 42 and the instructions state that the MOA for each click of windage and elevation is located on the plate of the adjustment. Even with a magnification glass there is none there. Doesn't anyone know what a click is equal to? 1/2, 1/4" or what. Any answer would greatly appreciated. :)
     
  2. ShaiVong

    ShaiVong Member

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    Typically 1 MOA is 1" at 100 yards, .5in at 50, 2" at 200 etc...

    Although, unless you have a good quality scope, the clicks usually dont end up being right, just screw with it untill you get it shooting where you want.

    My BSA says 1/4 MOA/click, but it aint :D
     
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    My BSA red dot says 1/4 MOA as well, but it is nowhere close. I t does shoot exceptionally well now that it is sighted in
     
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