see through mounts
actually the mounts won't effect the guns capability in any manner. They do make a difference in how you aim. if you are zeroed at 100 yds. and your scope is mounted high, you will shoot high at long ranges. I have see through mounts on my Gamemaster because of the wide veriety of hunting conditions where I hunt, but if I were hunting mtn. sheep (DREAM) I would certainly want my scope close to the barrel. Either way you have to know where your gun is shooting at a given range but scoped close to the barrel, you are less likely to err. Then consider cant at long range with high sights and you could be off target considerablly.
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