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Weapon scopes are an important part of the equipment for both hunters and sports shooters. By using a scope, you can increase your precision and accuracy, which is crucial to succeed in your hunting or shooting. There are many different types of scopes on the market, with different magnifications, objective diameters and light transmission. The choice of scope depends on the type of hunting or sport shooting you engage in and the requirements you have for your scope.
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Weapon scopes are usually marked with two numbers, such as 3-9x40. The first number, in this case 3-9x, indicates the magnification of the scope. This means that when looking through the scope at the lowest magnification (3x), the image will appear three times larger than with the eye. At the highest magnification (9x), the image will appear nine times larger. The second number, in this case 40, indicates the objective diameter of the sight. The larger the objective diameter, the more light can pass through the scope and the image will be brighter.
Light transmission is an important factor to consider when choosing a scope. This is how much light is let through the scope and reaches the eye. The higher the light transmission, the brighter the image and the easier it is to aim and hit your target. Qualitative scopes usually have high light transmission and are used without problems during dusk and dawn.
Parallax is a problem that can occur when using the scope at short distances, for example below 50 meters. This means that the distance between the sight and the target is not quite right. This can cause the sight picture to move when you move your head or eyes, which can cause you to miss your target. Most scopes are set to minimize parallax, but it is important to choose the correct scope for the distance at which you will be using it.