Originally Posted by nitestalker
The information you posted states it is a Parallax adjustment. He is correct that having a big game scope with Parallax correction is a poor choice. How does that differ from what I said?
Mounting big varmint scopes on big game rifles is never a wise choice. I would be amazed to see such a set up on rifle used while horse packing. The sight would be impossible to transport and a snowy wet over cast day it would be ineffective. Would you post the saddle scabbard you use with those set ups?
The information I posted says it's supposed to be a parallax adjustment, and mentioned that it may not work just because you set the dial. I'm not sure if the adjustment even works at more than one power on a second focal plane scope or if it's like the BDCs. I only shoot to 600 yards so it may just be a pacifier. My horses name is Honda and my scabbard is a rubber rifle rack bolted to the front rack so that's really not an issue I face.