View Full Version : Scope Question
12-01-2008, 10:52 PM
What scope and size lens do you sue for 3d and indoor.
I dont shoot a lens outdoor for 3d. Love the CR Target size scope housing for indoor and 3d.
I use a 3X indoors.
12-02-2008, 06:08 AM
On my target bow, I shoot a 42mm scope, and a 4x lense.
Great field of view, no clarifyer needed, and works great (for me anyway) for 3D, field, and indoor. (And everything else I want it to do).
I have a .015 flo green fiber inside a black aiming circle on the lense, and find that that combination covers everything I need it to do. Not "perfect" for everything, but very good for my "year-around" needs. I like to go to a blue fiber for Vegas spots though. After a while, the green fiber gets a little bit lost against the yellow unless I turn the light on. (Old eyes I guess). Otherwise, I can fall back on the aiming circle, which exactly fits and brackets the Vegas target. Center it up... and let 'er eat. ;)
Hope that helps some.
12-02-2008, 11:16 AM
I don't use a lens... outdoor...indoor...
I found out that I shoot the same with/without....and with that being true, just more to go wrong with lenses outdoor.... So I stick with just a .019 pin,blue fiber, no light...
Helps me not get interfered by the pin..but you can still sorta see it there..
12-02-2008, 06:14 PM
Indoor 2X lens with black dot on the lens(for now.....may try another color dot?)
Outdoor 3-D no lens just a .019 green fiber optic.
Shoot a CBE microlite for 3-D with CBE apperature.
Indoors a CBE 3-D XL with CBE aperature with the 2x lens.
12-04-2008, 04:23 PM
Indoor - 2x
Outdoor - none
12-20-2008, 04:18 PM
shoot a 6x this year with 2x clarifier for both indoor and 3d. If I can see it I can hit it.:freakjam:
12-28-2008, 11:31 AM
I shoot a zero power lens with rings that cover all but the gold rings(fita). I found the rings helped me relax and focus on the target better. Outdoors I plan on using a 4x with rings same idea and the x ring is pretty small at 90m.
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