Thanks to the advancements in scope technology, most firearm enthusiasts and hunters prefer to use an optical sighting device for their rifles, shotguns, and even their handguns. The reason for this is simple. Nowadays, rifle scopes provide a level of accuracy that’s unmatched with the traditional metal scopes or using no scope at all.
One of the most asked questions by beginner firearm enthusiasts is, “What is the field of view in a rifle scope?” In the following lines, we’re going to take a closer look at what the field of view is in a rifle scope, along with answering some other questions that are common amongst beginner firearm enthusiasts.
Although deer are not as aggressive as other species, deer possess a level of adaptability and defensive skills that allow them to protect themselves – their strongest asset being their noses. Over the years, there have been numerous types of gear and products that are specially created to help hunters control scent.
When you look through a red dot sight, do you see a clearly reticle, or something completely different? If you see a blurred dot that looks more like a star or a comma, or if you see multiple dots, you may have a defective optic or a red dot astigmatism.