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    Popping tin cans and clays

    At 50 to 150 yds is made easier with this glass, actually farther but we're limited to 150.. This is a "suggestion" for plinkers not bullseye shooters.. This lil scope will allow you to shoot different distances at a more rapid rate with greater success.. Primary arms acss reticles are the newest in reticle design and Trijicon uses it in the acog if that means anything..
    The fixed 6x .22 is calibrated around CCIs mini mag but we mainly shoot Aquila hv and it works the same.. They also make a variable 1-6 that is illuminated but we like the fixed 6 for the $$ and it's on a .22.. The 1-6 with illuminated dot and horseshoe will be similar to a red dot.. They have scopes for most calibers and you can not beat the Texas friendly customer service.. BTW tin cans are now extinct and replaced with aluminum and I am in no way connected to PA, I just have good taste..

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    I was looking for a short scope for the 10-22 take down, I wanted something that would pack in the bag and not extend past the receiver.. Most suggested was the utg 3-9 bug buster but once I found that PA had this lil shorty I knew what I was buying.. As you'll see by the picture they agree with the shooting we do..
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