Or knows lots about optics, but nothing about benchrest. Because of my eyes, I shoot at a fuzzy target all the time. Not a problem. But if the crosshairs don't return exactly the same after a shot -- what Tim referred to as POI issues -- the scope's not useable. It doesn't take much. The mechanism for internally adjustable scopes is critical; the optical quality far less so.
Originally Posted by tim
He's shot BR but prefers f-class and tactical. The reason I mentioned the S&B PMII is it has first class optical performance thanks to its high class european lenses as well as the neccessary quality of constuction to return to POI each and every time. OTT for .22br I agree. LOL
If you think $2400 scopes equate to VFM. I wish you well. I'm perhaps more aware of how POS pricing actually works.
Well there Hammy, since you envoked the European glass issue do a little homework, among the reasons the March's cost more is because they use ED glass, and pretty much the only BR scope that does.
Last edited by tim; 06-21-2012 at 12:22 PM.