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  1. J

    Red Dot Sights (Reflex Sights) on Spotting Scopes

    With the Quikfinder you just need to get the base placement halfway right - the rest is done by moving the glass with the etched reticule using the 3 white plastic screws... no tools needed. But still fiddly in the field in darkness, especially on a non-tracking mount where your target moves...
  2. J

    Red Dot Sights (Reflex Sights) on Spotting Scopes

    Hi, well I think the tasks of getting a bird inside the 15/1000m fov (that makes 5/333m for better comparison) of a scope at max magnification and hitting a large mammal into the heart at 333m with a rifle (shudder, sorry for mentioning it) are about two orders of magnitude apart in precision...
  3. J

    Red Dot Sights (Reflex Sights) on Spotting Scopes

    Indeed - I just use the highest point of the eyecup and the cable tie which works great unless sb with spectacles screws down the eyecup... but since I get bad kidneybeanning then I need to screw it out again anyways... Joachim
  4. J

    Red Dot Sights (Reflex Sights) on Spotting Scopes

    Sorry for optics jargon... that would be eyepiece or "Okular"... Gruss aus Frankfurt, Joachim
  5. J

    Red Dot Sights (Reflex Sights) on Spotting Scopes

    Hi Henning, if you really want to go forward with red-dot, have a look at the Rigel Quikfinder. It's fairly small and has a glue on shoe from which it can be detached easily without loosing collimation. It usually goes on the dewcap so it doesn't interfere with the EP...
  6. J

    Red Dot Sights (Reflex Sights) on Spotting Scopes

    Hi, have you tried the cable tie sight? Does the same for cents and doesn't look so martial... red dot or rather telrad is nice for astro though... unless you have glow in the dark cable ties. Joachim
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