I don't shoot nearly as much as I'd like to. And I just realized that I don't remember if I've shot (other than pistol) at an animal with a scoped rifle since I started wearing glasses. I was just looking at a rifle I haven't even shot a box of shells through yet. I was looking through the scope with glasses on and it was a pain, but blurry with out them. So I thought I would adjust the eyepiece lens and see what happens. To my surprise, with the lens adjusted almost all the way out it's clear as a bell.
So that got me thinking, what do most of you guys do....do you bench shoot with or without your glasses? And though I know it would be different while hunting, but if you knew you wouldn't have to make a quick shot, I guess a guy could set up, take off his glasses, and shoot at an animal as well?
I'm guessing most guys shoot with glasses on, but do all of you?
Just curious. Thanks.....
Edit: Well I figured out that I have indeed killed a caribou when I had already started wearing glasses. But it was with a different rifle and I don't recall if I left my glasses on to shoot, or if my eyes were still good enough back then to shoot without them?