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|03-22-2010, 05:42 PM||#11 (permalink)|
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31244 - 1.5-4.5x32mm World Class Riflescope, ProShot Reticle, 1/4 MOA, Black Matte, Warranty
Slightly different model than the one I have. It's a 1.5-4.5x, mine is 2-8x magnification. Though honestly, the 1.5-4.5x is probably a better range for our projectiles. The rest of the specifications are the same.
Nice big 4" eye relief, so plenty of room for your mask.
The 1/4 MOA adjustments are a bit too fine for us, one click of the adjustments equals 1/12 of an inch at 100 feet. I had to place a few shims between the scope and the rear scope ring to get the height adjustment even close.
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|03-22-2010, 06:37 PM||#12 (permalink)|
ALSO, i forgot to mention, you will want a flip up see thru scope cap. Like this: Butler Creek Blizzard See Thru Rifle Scope / Spotting Scope Covers. 70102, 70111, 70201, 70202, 70203, 70204, 70205, 70206, 70207, 70208, 70209, 70210, 70211. Butler Creek Riflescope Accessories. I guarantee you will get splatter on your scope if not take a direct hit to the front and its a paint to clean around the lense. So I suggest getting a scope cap and carrying around a soft clothe of some sort to clean t off with.
|03-22-2010, 08:15 PM||#13 (permalink)|
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This may or may not matter to you, but from the information I received it suggested that each 9.1 came with a sight. The Ranger with a closed (ie tube) red dot, the CQB with an open red dot, and the Elite with 4x32 scope with a range estimator (whatever that is).
You could certainly give the one it came with try before you buy something else.
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|03-23-2010, 12:35 PM||#14 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2009
BTW the "range estimator" is either Mil or MOA lines or dots on the reticle.
You use these lines/dots and a couple of simple mathematical formulas and can estimate the range of a target of known size or estimate the size of a target at a known range, among other helpful little sniper tricks.
Of course on a paintball gun on most paintball fields these are fairly worthless.
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