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Sightmark Pinnacle Long-Range Scope Review

the focus of this article summed up into just seven words: “the highest point of development or achievement.”

In all the product review articles that you’ve read, I am willing to bet that you have never finished reading the article and walked away with the ability to provide the Merriam-Webster definition of a word before. To me, that is a problem and just like Sightmark, I am going to provide a solution to that problem.

The Sightmark Pinnacle 3-9x44mm scope with Tactical Mil-Dot Reticle

The Sightmark Pinnacle 3-9x44mm scope with Tactical Mil-Dot Reticle

My solution is this:

pinnacle (noun)

pin·na·cle | \ ˈpi-ni-kəl \

Definition of pinnacle

1: an upright architectural member generally ending in a small spire and used especially in Gothic construction to give weight especially to a buttress

How to Sight in the Wraith Digital Day / Night Riflescope

Wraith Rifle Scope Watch The You Tube Video - https://youtu.be/qZZf_INn2oo

 

Watch The You Tube Video - https://youtu.be/qZZf_INn2oo

 

What is Zeroing?

Your Wraith digital day/night vision riflescope will need to be zeroed. You are able to do this with the Reticle Zero function in the menu.

Your Wraith digital day/night vision riflescope will need to be zeroed.

Zeroing, or ‘sighting in,’ a scope means aligning your point of aim with the point of impact for the bullet to hit where you want it to. If you don’t sight in your scope, you will likely miss your target. Zeroing is necessary for hunters, long-range precision shooters, competitors and anyone concerned with accuracy.