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Does anyone have any experience with these scopes? Seems like a cool idea. Is the crosshair captured in the picture taken when the gun is fired?  Seems like it could be a good training aim to show if you pull off target in anticipation of the recoil.

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This is a huge scope.  I would call it too large and bulky for my taste.  I see it as an easy way to really throw off the hadling and feel of your rifle.  It does come in a really neat wood presentation case.  Too gimmicky for my taste.

 

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