The bigger the optics, the more litght they gather in low light conditionsfireball10x said:I never shot 3d so I was wondering why you would need such a big binocular I use steiner 10x26 compacts for deer woodchucks about everything the zeiss compacts are great and lightweight but more money
Can you use binos in every classification of shooting 3D?reddirtauto said:you need binos to see the 12 ring clearly and location
Yes, ASA has no size limit but IBO limits you to 8.5 power. I have never been to a local shoot where anyone cares, only the big events care.mdewitt71 said:Can you use binos in every classification of shooting 3D?reddirtauto said:you need binos to see the 12 ring clearly and location
I have never shot competively but I do know from a distance I tend to shoot at what i think it the "Boiler Room" on the 3d deer only to see i missed the "actual" 12 ring.
practice, practice I guess...not to mention i think i need the lil cheater card that shows the 12 rings.
Did you go with the 8x42 or 10x42 Diamondbacks?Stixshooter said:Jesse has talked me into doing Redding with him in few months. It will be fun. I'm behind the times 'cause this is a marked 3D. Take home a few more arrows I guess ?? I've never shot a marked 3D I thought the whole idea was to simulate hunting and having to guess the yardage ..a practice that has cost me many misses ...hee hee. My HHA will be dialed from 20-100 yrds, I dunno if I'll get a card or not but it should be fun. Not to change the subject my Diamond Backs should be here anyday, The wife's birthday present to me :lol: