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Bisley Eye Maximiser keeps steaming up

Discussion in 'Target Shooting' started by dhand62362, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. dhand62362

    dhand62362 Engaging Member

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    Chaps,

    Has anyone come across a problem with a an eye maximiser steaming the lens up ?

    Does anyone have a tip of how to prevent the condensation ?
     
  2. Awesime

    Awesime I'll hit more targets than you.

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    Never had this, infact exact oppasite.

    With out it i am far more likley tobreath on the lens and mist it up.
     
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    I think it is due to the cold air temp and my eye being obviously warmer, very annoying..
     
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    mattyts Donator

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    Are you sure its not just the cold weather? :D
    I've never had that problem before.
     
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    Lee67 Posting Addict

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    Never had that problem...and I shoot in freezing temps reg...maybe the scope is at fault
     
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    It could be, I am using that Vortex titan scope you sold me, how is the MTC working out ?

    Reply to matty
     
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    the MTC is great,best scope i've had yet,real nice for the FT course!

    How is the Vector Optics doing?
     
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    Quite surprised with the glass quality even at x40 , got my clicks sorted, but need more practice range finding, I have a MTC mamba lite 4x16 and love it, but I am looking for my next ft scope, a falcon t50 or the MTC, thoughts ?
     
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    The Falcon is nice,high mag too but I can't find one that isn't mildot,the MTC is a fantastic reticle and a great scope
     
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    dhand62362 Engaging Member

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    How do you find the range finding on the MTC ?
     
  11. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    Very easy,the Sidewheel is blank so you can put how ever many markings and at whatever interval you want,i chose every 5 yard but can add more when needed.
     
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    sounds like you're impressed with the vector optics scope - not bad for the money are they ?
     
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    I might do a falcon T50 next, the hamster is spot on !
     

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