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Interesting scope, there are no dots or lines to mark wind and distance compensation though... so kinda useless at truly long ranges...
if you look closely, you can see the milling points there
What I still want to know is how someone got a correctly exposed photo of a telescopic sight in a ******* war zone.
kinda have to agree with you on that one
mobile phone ?
My money says that a picture was taken of the scope, then the reticle image was added later.
this is a similar thing, the caption doesnt mention any editing. I think the photo of the scope above is from some training exercise involving live people playing the roles of the OPFORs, where someone can take a picture, and it doesn't put anyone's lives at risk
Photoshop on scope,
i dont remember where i found it
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