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    Senior Member Winxp_Man's Avatar
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    For a scope up to 10x it's not really needed. It's why you also see a lot of 3-9x scopes with no parallax adjustment.

    I could into more details if needed but the simple a answer is you don't need it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winxp_Man View Post
    For a scope up to 10x it's not really needed. It's why you also see a lot of 3-9x scopes with no parallax adjustment.

    I could into more details if needed but the simple a answer is you don't need it...

    Without any adjustment for parallax it's just more important to keep your eye in the same position, shot to shot. Even the low power scopes have some parallax issues, it's just easier to overcome by paying close attention to cheek weld and eye position.


 
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