done a "sharpest crosshair focus" of the ocular and done a "head bop" at 40 yards I've noticed that the crosshairs appeared to move about 1/2", whereas if I adjust the ocular for no crosshair movement the crosshair appears a bit less crisp.
With your "headbop setting" and clear picture setting" statement am I to understand that you don't concern yourself very much with "eye position crosshair movement" preferring the clearest crosshair image? Sorry I'm too dense to understand your exact meaning!
The reason I've been concerned about "crosshair shift due to eye position" is that I seem to have more difficulty with close small kz targets (the ones that should be a "sure thing") than I do the long targets. I've been ASSUMING that my "close target small kz" issue was because I wasn't placing my eye in the exact same position every time so I've been going to great pains to adjust the ocular for no crosshair movement.
Bottom line............have I been trying to address a relative "non issue" as it pertains to "shifting crosshairs"?
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