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Posted: 12/23/2012 8:45:41 AM EDT
Still trying to find a 1x4 scope to mount on my 3 gun/hunting rifle.
Right now I have my Aimpoint T1 with a Aimpoint 3X magnifier behind it.





Yesterday I was shooting some strong side/support side around a vtac
barricade at 50 yards. I am left eye dominant and right handed, and
shoot my rifle left handed.





Shooting from strong side (left handed) I could keep my right eye closed and had no problems.





Shooting from support side (right handed) I had my left eye close but
could not get a sight pic. I think this was because of the unusual
shooting positions and I did not have a good cheek wield.





After that I removed the magnifier and shot from both sides. Strong side
was fine with both eyes open. Support side I had to squint my left eye,
but other than that every thing was fine.





I understand that no 1x4 scope will be as forgiving as the Aimpoint is,
but what I am looking for is the most forgiving 1x4 scope, both on the
1x side and the 4x side. My list is Burris Mtac, Burris XRT, Trijicon
Accupoint, SWFA SS, of course I would be open to anything else, but am
trying to keep this under 1000.00$.



Edit: I posted this in the AR 15 optic section, but thought you guys might have more experience with different scopes.

I attend a outlaw 3 gun match and due to the range we never really get over 300 yards, I think the max range in this area is 400 yards for what that's worth.



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Link Posted: 12/26/2012 12:09:10 AM EDT
[#1]
from your list, the accupoint would be the most forgiving. Play around with your cheek weld; sometimes something as simple as a little foam duct taped to your stock can make all the difference in keeping your eye where you need it.. I am partial to a higher mount (1.93" high larue spr).
Link Posted: 1/9/2013 1:56:52 PM EDT
[#2]
Would the accupoint not having any hold over marks in the reticule be an issue for distance shooting?  Do you just get use to holding the mark a certain distance over the target?
Link Posted: 1/18/2013 10:53:28 PM EDT
[#3]
Link Posted: 1/22/2013 11:59:52 AM EDT
[#4]
Quoted:
Very rarely if ever do matches force you to shoot weak side.  So I would not purchase a scope to specifically aid that aspect if your shooting.  Instead I would purchase based off of reticle and field of view.


True but the first big match I went to had us shooting 250 yards weak side prone and a lot of other weak sided rifle stuff. The left sided stuff ate my lunch that year in Texas.
Pat
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