Post by mrlongbeard on Mar 6, 2008 19:44:20 GMT -4
never heard anybody ask this but it always puzzled me. when hunting with rifle and scope how do you look out your scope when your glasses are by-focal. looking out the top seems to be fuzzy when using the scope. so you can't pick your head off the stock. and with out the top half you can't see to good in the woods. so do you use single focus glasses or what.
Normally the bifocal is just for nearsighted or reading , so you will be looking thru the top lense of your glasses while shooting with a scope. It never caused a problem for me , although i do prefer contacts while hunting for lots of other reasons.You may need to refocus your scope while wearing your glasses if you have not changed it since you began wearing glasses.
Set up on a bench and adjust the focus on your scope until it is clear looking out the top of your glasses. I have two pairs, one for reading and one for all other activities.. If I have to read anything in the field, I just take off my glasses and plaster what I'm reading really close... \\Leep: