It is NOT the more functions the better! Cheaper optical sights should be simpler and more practical. If the riflescope cost within $31.4 have all functions, they are basically like a toy. the optical system and function stability are horrible, that is, it just has an appearance! And the quality of workmanship will probably be extremely poor!
It's NOT that the higher the aiming magnification, the better. generally 4-16 times is basically the maximum limit, for veterans, basically 3-9 times is enough! The higher the magnification, the smaller the field of view, and the higher the magnification, it is easier to see things shaking.
Riflescopes are generally divided into zooming, fixed magnification, second/rear and first/front, fixed magnification is relatively simple, as long as you have a good grasp of the aiming point, it is generally for novices or close combat players.
If it is true magnification, 4 times is generally OK Within 70 meters, and 10-50 meters is the best, 6 times is suitable for 12-80 meters use.
How to control the magnification and aiming point of the rear/second focal plane riflescopes? In fact, the absolute mainstream is the rear/second focal plane sight. Many people think that there is an error in the rear zoom, and the rear zoom optical sight is inaccurate. In fact, it is wrong.
The correct use of the rear zoom is: if the optical sight is 4-16 times, We use 6 times for short distances and 12 times for long distances (usually the highest magnification is not used). For example, when we check the aim, we will use 12 times to send a shot to see which dense spot it is! You fix two magnifications, low magnification at close range and high magnification at long range. Don't change magnification at will. Just master the aiming points of two magnifications.
For the front first focal plane optical sight, the reticle will change with the zoom, and the sight point remains unchanged from the lowest to the highest magnification. For example, when we see a target at 6 times, we need to increase the density by one grid, but if something is smaller, we need to observe it at high magnification. , Directly zoom to high magnification state, the aiming point remains unchanged or one block density is increased! For those who like to sniper at a long distance (at least the accuracy of a 40-meter can be stabilized), long distance is very advantageous, but the front first focal plane reticle is very thin in the low magnification, so it is not suitable for close range or night use!
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