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How do rifle scope adjustments work?
Last Updated: 7th December, 2021
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Also question is, when adjusting a rifle scope Is up down?
With an MOA adjustment, you will beadjusting your reticle ¼ inch per 100 yards. If youare sighting in at 100 yards and need to move your reticleup a ½ inch, you will turn the knob two clicks in theup direction. If it needs to move down one inch, turnthe knob in the down direction 4 clicks.
Likewise, how do scope turrets work? The primary use ofturrets is to zero your rifle scope. Zeroing is theprocess of adjusting your scope's reticle until it alignswith where your rounds hit the target. If you are hittinglow, you will adjust the scope to move the reticlehigher.
Beside above, how does a rifle scope work?
The magnifying lens moves towards the objective lenswhile increasing the magnification, and rearward toward the ocularlens when lowering it. The ocular lens focuses the light gatheredby the other end of the rifle scope, presenting the imageyou see when you look into the eyepiece.
What is the third knob on a scope for?
The elevation knob is on top of the scopeand moves the reticle up and down, while the windage knob isgenerally on the right side of the scope and moves thereticle left and right. Uh-oh, you have a third knob on theleft side of the scope. This is your sidefocus.