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  • Norman Wong Articles (for the eye doctor) - Dr. Norman Wong Articles as posted to the Bullseye List.  Here are a number of articles that will be of interest to both eyecare professional and shooters. http://www.starreloaders.com/edhall/nwongarts.html http://www.bullseyepistol.com/wong.htm
  • My aperture sight setup on the CZ 452 Ultra Lux - Prompted by a post at RimfireCentral I’ve compliled a list of the sight equipment I am currently using on my Ultra Lux. Setup: CZ 452 Ultra Lux in .22 LR (link) Klinsky Stock, beech with walnut stain (contact Denny at: ajakubec [at] aol [dot] com) BRNO Peeps (contact Denny at: ajakubec [at] aol [dot] com) …
  • Compilation of Scope Information at RFC - The following thread at RimFireCentral contains a wealth of information on virtually every major topic related to scopes:  Scope Setup, Guides and Recommendations, Parallax, Depth of Field, Calibration, Mounting, and more. http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=496141
  • Derivation of Riflescope Parallax Equation - Derivation of Riflescope Parallax Equation Workbook Click the link below to open/download an Excel (xlsx) workbook that allows you to enter your scope’s values and visually observe on a graph the amount of parallax errors which might be incurred.  The workbook and calculations are derived from the article/post:  “Derivation of Riflescope Parallax Equation” by Michael …
  • Aperture (Peep) Sights - Aperture Sights – Parallax Suppression with a Target Rifle Aperture Sight Article on peep sights and the suggestion that sight alignment, in the traditional sense, does not affect the point of aim.  A must-read for those that use peep sights or are debating irons versus optics. Authors:  Robert J. Burdge and Douglas A. Kerr, P.E. …