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Thread: SuperSniperV.Millet TRS... Battle of the scopes!

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    Man..... you need to write for G&A or Shooting.... or one of those mags...... thats gotta bet the best report i have seen anywhere!! very subjective and pragmatic...... you got some skills man!!!
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    This was a tremendous report. Thank you very much for posting this. It greatly helps out.

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    Very nice

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    Henry is overqualified for G&A. He would make the rest of the writers look like special olympians.
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    can someone explain to me the windage and elevation knobs on the super sniper? On the knobs it says bullet impact R with an arrow. If i turn it the way of the arrow to make it go to the right my shots all go left. If i turn it for raising the bullet impact my shots go lower. I cant seem to figure out what the deal is except to do the opposite of what it says.

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    Point of aim is what you are moving. It's hard for me to keep track without stopping to think about it. You are dialing the point of aim to the point of impact. It's reversed from the way most people think, which is to move the point of impact to where you are aiming. If you put the gun in a shooting vise and the shot hit low right, you dial down/right.
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    ive never had issues with any other scope, this says on the turret bullet impact with a direction like up for elevation and right for windage. I did the up direction on the turret to raise my bullet IMPACT like it says on the knob (BULLET IMPACT UP) but the bullet would go down. It makes no sense to me to put bullet impact on the knob if you have to do the opposite to move the IMPACT

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    Kevin,
    I think that the knobs are marked that way so that if your bullet impact is high and right, (up2, R2), then you can adjust the knobs accordingly to lower and center the POI appropriately.

    You are not turning the knobs where you want the bullet impact to go, but rather where the bullet impact is to correct the POI.
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    I know I'm digging up the past, but nice write up.

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