I think at 40 yds, I might see around 1/4" movement, but, on a practical level, Its easier ever so much to find the clearest picture ... we both agree one can't do "head bopping" during the matches, so its really a matter of doing what can be done most repeatedly.
I suspect you have forgotten that I use a different, and quite effective method to help eliminate parallax error. I have described it many times on the Net, but here a reminder.
I keep my head more rearward than many shooters, acquiring a sight picture that includes a small black ring around the field of view due to being out past the normal focus point. This visual ring easily discloses when your eye is not properly aligned with the scope, and, if reasonable care is take to center the ring, there will BE no parallax error!
I suspect this method I use is one of the reasons I've been having more success with my low powered (fixed 10X) scope than others using similarly low powered units.
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