For those of you who hunt at night and have an AO scope that you use I had an idea I wanted to share with you. You know it can be next to impossible to adjust the objective under the cover of darkness and I had an idea the other evening while I was cussing mine. Why not take a piece of a high-vis sight and after cutting a short piece for each of the yardages you might want to use, glue them to the scope?You could glue an orange piece to where the mark that indicates the yardage on the objective and the green pieces on for the different yardage. One quick look and you ought to be able to tell where it is set and make any necessary adjustments!
Idea for you AO scope night hunters
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Posted 31 January 2006 - 10:10 AM
They glow for awhile after they've been "hit" with a light. I actually got the idea after seeing a shotgun one of the guys was using... the spot light, when behind the shooters, provided enough light to give them a soft glow.
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