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Ok, not too sure about if this the proper place for my problem. Today I went to the range using my K98 with a B.Nickel 4x36 scope attached. I know the B. Nickel cannot be authentic to WW11 but I believe B.N. worked for the Zeiss company during the War and I think the scope is circa 1950. The scope has a steel tube, German Post reticle and as I understand it uses the Moving Reticle principal. My question is did the other scopes from the War all use this system because its difficult to use. The reticle seems to" move the other way"
 I shoot 100, 300 and 600 distances using a CZ 550 Laminate  but I use a modern scope. "Move the reticle in the direction you want the bullet to go" is the principal with a modern scope. Is there a simple principal for the Moving Reticle type when enjoying the K98+ old scope?
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