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Discussion in 'Optics / Sights / Lasers / Lights' started by Dubar, Nov 4, 2020.
That’s a CYA thing. Or the advertising group didn’t talk to the engineering group.
Our you could have scrolled way down through the description where they say it's perfect for those objects 30-70y away and then know that when they do min/max focal length tests it's at maximum magnification.
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Don't see where it says that but I will take your word for it.
I got one too. I didn't understand what the other thing was and how it attached. Smart phone adapter to record etc! Nice.
My adapter's still in the bag, may have to put it on just to see what it does, in other words...if I can figure it out.
I did read that. But it was like a review or advertising copy, rather than a specification.
So....which of the two numbers do you trust? I don’t trust when they “say” it will be OK for xyz, when elsewhere they said it’s good for x, with no mention of y or z.
I don't. Especially after the eyepiece on my svbony "unscrewed" from the main sight body and they refused to replace it under warranty. They're just another cheap, shitty, Chinese company selling substandard products.
I run Bushnell products and that's bottom of the barrel for me. All of my Bushnell products are from their SoKo facilities, but at least they'll warranty their stuff if it breaks.