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    Default Scope setups and the pros?

    Just curious, What are most pros using for their setups? Up pins, center drilled pins, dots, circles, center grind or?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan flood View Post
    Just curious, What are most pros using for their setups? Up pins, center drilled pins, dots, circles, center grind or?
    Most of us use some type of post but I know of one Pro that shoots a etched spot on his lens.

    I prefer the up post. Mainly cause that is what I am used to and it helps on dark targets. I can just run the pin up the leg. Most of the time that will atleast get me a 10.

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    From most the pictures I take. Black dot on the lens is most popular.

    Actually high powered lens and large black dot is very popular.


    Im finding a black dot with a touch of white or bright green is used alot.

    Im quessing your talking indoor spots?

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    Yes, Indoor spots is what I'm looking for. Decided to give it a shot until it gets warm enough to get back outside.

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    A lot of the top indoor shooters are using some variation of a center grind.. with no dot, pin or ring..
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    Default I'm no pro but.........

    I use a large black dot that covers the "X" ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan flood View Post
    Yes, Indoor spots is what I'm looking for. Decided to give it a shot until it gets warm enough to get back outside.
    My bad. I thought you were refering to 3D. For indoor some type of a dot or center grind. I like the larger dot myself but I seen Bradens dot and it is quite a bit smaller than what I shoot. I also depends on the power of lens you put the dot on.

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    Here is a photo of the one Braden Gellenthien uses, he also sells them..
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