Try boresigting the rifle at 50 yards, and then get zeroed at that distance Pretty much any centrefire rifle will be within 2-3 inches high or low of that zero out to around 200 yards, so you should be able to make fine adjustments to get the reticle near the centre of the screen. On that point, rem...
Plenty of used spotting scopes on E Bay
Kowa, Tamron, Opticron, Celestron, Nikon, Zeiss and Swarovski re all good brands and more than good enough for seeing bullet holes at 100 yards
There's a simple solution - forget about tubed NV - it's a feckin minefield
Digital rear add-ons - PARD NV007 or Ward WDV800
Digital scope - day and night - PARD NV008
Digital scope - night only - Yukon Photon or ENV10
Make sure that whatever you use, it doesn't contain acid. For example, most silicone sealants (which would do the job) contain acetic acid which would corrode the metallic parts of the circuit board and components Personally, I'd go with a conformal coating applied by spraying. Something like this w...
Why ? it surprises me Could you tell me or recommend any, I would appreciate it The model pard007, is very good, but it hits my eye and I find it difficult to shoot with it (I use caliber 270wsm) thaks!!!! When you look through your riflescope with any of those front add-ons attached, you are actua...