i know with the DOA scopes for muzzleloaders if you zero in at 100yds each dash is another fifty yards out to 250yds. but i was wondering if you could zero in at fifty yards and the next dash be 100 then 150 and 200?
I don't think they work like that. But then again, why worry what the exact distance for the next dot is. Sight in in where you want and then shoot and see where the other dots hit. Then you know your dots.
Where I hunt 50 yards is about the standard shot.. maybe not that far even. So a BDC scope is kind of foolish for me. But I do like scopes when I hunt.
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