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Q&A:

Bk 9024 asked What perk is more reliable for quick scoping in call of duty black ops?

I’m really stumped on the large differences between scout and steady aim, is steady aim more reliable when quick scoping from far distances to face to face? I’m really tired of always getting rushed by the same old ak74-u >.>

And got the following answer:

Use slight of hand PRO. You will have faster lockdown sight ( to view in your scope faster) .

Austin asked Can scope rings adjust horizontally to adjust eye relief?

I am getting an AIM sports 3-9×40 scope. I mean, can I take the scope rings off the scope, and put them back on in different spots (when I say different spots, I mean can I slide the ring over a few inches)so I can adjust the eye relief? Right now, my eye relief would be off by about 5 inches, so can I move the placement of the rings to get it to the correct spot?

Also, “Universal Bipod”, does that mean it can attach to every RIS out there?

Thanks a lot!

And got the following answer:

I guess you mean horizontally as you’re looking at the rifle from the side.. This all depends on the mounting system and rifle. If you have a big rail like on top of a flat top AR-15 then you can move the rings wherever you want. If it’s something like a bolt action it will probably have rings that attach to the base in a given spot and can’t be moved. Of course you can also loosen the part of the ring that clamps around the scope and slide it back and forth in the rings to adjust eye relief and then clamp it back down. 5 inches is a pretty huge amount to be off in eye relief though. Are you sure you don’t have one of those extended eye relief scout type scopes (or a regular scope with scout mounts) or a handgun scope on there?

And most bipods are pretty universal. Bipods usually are designed to either attach to a picattiny or 1913 type rail, or to a sling swivel stud.

Well, no. Eye relief is the distance set by the scope’s manufacturer that one’s eye has to be from the rear lens in order for the image to be properly in focus so you see the whole image. It also refers to how far your actual eyeball is from the rear lens. You can’t adjust the “eye relief” of the scope. But you can, and must, move the scope/mounts so that the distance your real live eyeball is from the scope in your normal comfortable shooting position, and the distance the manufacturer set, are the same. You shouldn’t just clamp the scope on and then adjust your shooting position to match the scope’s eye relief. That’s a recipe for poor accuracy. Adjust the scope to your shooting position.

Jimbo123 asked How do I hold a rifle steadier when shooting standing up?

Every time I try to aim, the scope hairs are shaking all over the place. Are there any ways of stopping this, possibly drills to help my hands and arms get steadier.

And got the following answer:

First of all, you have to be in better physical shape than most people to shoot well standing. Work on that. Walking at least 20 minutes a day, each day, will get you there with time.

Turing the zoom ring to its’ lowest setting helps loads in early shooting with a scope. Reduces scope jiggle. Limits scope movement. Same with shooting with a low power -fixed power scope.

Placing your body with the foot forward opposite the shoulder butt stock rests on with attached trigger finger is good.
As is resting your weight comfortably balanced on your feet spread comfortably apart.
Plan on moving body slightly forward from your waist for shooting your firearm.
And plan on having only to move your body at your waist to adjust for elevation.to center scope reticule on target.

Having your body placed squarely in line with target takes little practice And that is the one crucial step I purposely left out.
Practice this by lining up your body as described above. Do not turn at your waist to line up with target. The only movement of your waist allowed is to adjust for vertical travel to put scope reticule on bulls eye. Close your eyes as you place firearm in shooting position. Remember. Do not turn at your waist to line up perfectly with target.
Open eyes. Take a look see. If your scope reticule is not exactly at bulls eye on target, but to one side, reposition body toward that side. Get comfy. Close your eyes. Lift firearm to shooting position. Open eyes. Check see if scope reticule is perfectly lined up with bulls eye. If not keep repositioning your feet until scope reticule is lined up perfectly each time you raise your firearm to target.

In this position, you are ready to practice shooting in standing position. You are a shooting machine. Perfectly positioned, firearm centering on target each time you raise your arms!
Now all you have to do is practice your breathing and trigger squeeze to hit target right on!

Holding your arms outstretched for a long time aiming is not good for accuracy. Aiming/viewing through an iron, electronic or scope sight tires the eye. Six seconds and longer is just long enough to tire holding a firearm or trying to view through sights : both make for poor accuracy. Plan on squeezing the trigger before six seconds. If you go past that time, lower firearm and take a few breaths, look at something, relax a moment and do again.

Why so much emphasis on placing your body with sights exactly in line with bulls eye? Repeatability. Muscle memory. Habit. Shooting posture.

Your body is balanced, more at rest even with muscles tensed some. (remember the good physical shape thing). The only movement is for you to raise or lower firearm to center reticule on target. Turning at the waist causes your body to become off balance.

This also trains you to shoot your prey animal when hunting only when it is at rest, not running. I have always been told hunters who shoot their prey when it is running do so out of desperation, trying to injure/down /or kill prey animal without to much damage to edible meat before it runs away! The one sure mark of a poor hunter, stalker, poor wood-outdoor craft, technique,etc. With the only defense a sheepish or brash boast…”i shot the thing while it was on a dead run…” and try to make it sound so heroic, manly, sports manly, or shootingly expert…or something. Even publish their apparent poor hunt procedures and desperation shot(s) with a boast about their shooting skills. Go figure.

Editorializing aside. Youngsters and other just beginning shooters can be trained to shoot with both eyes open with all types of sights. Only the one eye open/one eye closed group has trouble doing this. Habit. Muscle memory. There is those words again.
Shooting with both eyes opens up a whole world of awareness and safety in front of and to the shooter!

And shoot comfortably. Limit shooting/practice to until you begin to tire, get miffed, or loose interest, or shift focus elsewhere And shoot with a firearm that has low cost per round and low recoil and blast noise.
Once you get the basics, switch to the thunder-boomers to fine tune your skill.

Austin Bailey asked In what ways are scope rings adjustable?

I am getting and AIM sports 3-9×40 scope. I mean, can I take the scope rings off the scope, and put them back on in different spots so I can adjust the eye relief? Right now, my eye relief would be off by about 5 inches, so can I move the placement of the rings to get it to the correct spot?

And got the following answer:

hey again. depending on your mount you can move them back and forth on the rail if you have them on a rail.

If you have them on two stationary points you obviously cannot do that.

But what you can do to position the scope is set it in tighten the screws down almost tight but so that you can move the scope in a rolling fashion once you have the scope in the right position; top of scope has an adjustment point and the right side has an adjustment point; by right side i mean the ejection side of a right handed rifle.

When I was a kid i put my scope right side up with the Up/Down adjuster on the left needless to say I was not making good groups than a wise old man came up and dropped some knowledge.

You should position your mounts as far apart as you can.

Nick asked What the difference between hard scoping and quick scoping in cod?

Also Is quick scoping with an acog scope still considered quick scoping.

And got the following answer:

I’m not sure about your second question, but to answer your first..
Hard scoping is when you keep looking through your scope while you shoot.
Quick scoping is aiming without the scope and using the scope for a split second just before you shoot.

..I think 😛

asked What does windage and bullet drop mean when it comes to rifles?

What does ‘windage’ and ‘bullet drop’ mean? How can you tell the windage and bullet drop? If your using a scope how do you know where to aim? Sniper scopes also have these lines how do you use them effectively? I dont expect you to give me scout sniper training but anything helps, thanks!

And got the following answer:

Crosswinds blow bullets left or right, the correction is called Windage. Gravity makes stuff fall to Earth. That is why you throw a football up & not straight ahead. Bullets fly the same way. Bullet drop is how far it falls from the zero point. If set to be Zero at 100 yds at 200 yds it will fall “X” inches low if not adjusted.

The lines or mil dots are used to estimate range. http://mil-dot.com/