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Old June 21st, 2018, 09:16 AM #51
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Originally Posted by smdub View Post
It isn't correct and you just used the EXACT same types of examples as I did to prove it. I even mentioned the sine angle error will be typ small.

I am aware of scope cant error. I can do that math too. You know it doesn't have to be an either/or proposition. There is also a neither option.
The point is, the error from offset, under normal conditions is minimal. The error from can is much higher.

And again, if you take into account the offset when siting in, it is a constant difference. And if you cannot live with the POI being 1 - 2 tenths of an inch off the POA, then put the money into that fully adjustable stock.

And yes, you can have a fancy stock to eliminate cant, but for most people and most flies, that is not possible.
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