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Arlington Sportsman’s Club – Mansfield, TX
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Capital City Rifle & Pistol Club – Hancock, ME
Dade City Rod and Gun Club – Dade City, FL
DeSoto Gun Club – Arcadia, FL
Diablo Rod and Gun Club – Concord, CA
East Texas Rifle and Pistol Club – Longview, TX
Havasu Airgunners – Lake Havasu City, AZ
Holbrook Sportsmen’s Club – Holbrook, MA
Houston Benchrest Group – Friendswood, TX
Montrose Air Rifle Club – Montrose, CO
North Florida Shooters Airgunners LTD – Yulee, FL
North West Airgunning – Benchrest – Capitol City, WA
North West Airgunning – Benchrest – Tacoma, WA
Open Grove Air Rifle – Oxnard, CA
Phoenix Airgun Club – Mesa, AZ
Quail Creek Air Gun Range – Sahuarita, AZ
Redwoods Airgun Club – Crescent City, CA
Salem Pistol and Rifle Club – Salem, NY
Southeast Sharpshooters – Yulee, FL
So. Michigan Gun Club “Pneumatics” – Mattawan, MI
Temecula Airgun Club – Temecula, CA
Texarkana Gun Club – Texarkana, TX
Whittecar Rifle and Pistol Range – Hamilton, MT
Wild River Air Rifle – Grants Pass, OR

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Eyeglasses and scopes.

June 24 2012 at 2:23 PM
philip_T  (Login philip_T)
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I have read that it is better to use eyeglasses with scopes.
However I am nearsighted in my shooting eye and have a very clear
reticle image. I also know some shooters take off their glasses.
Any comments on scopes usage with glasses?
Better with, or without glasses or no difference?
I will do some testing.
Thanks.

 
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