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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    BB, with the angled spotter are you able to get comfortable using a window mount setting in your pickup. Ive looked through some in the field but never setting in a truck.
    Yeah, I put the window mount a little bit further towards the front of the window and rotate the scope sideways in the collar. It works pretty well.

    I used to really have a hard time getting on target with an angled scope, when I first got one, but now it is much easier. Like many things, practice makes perfect.
    Last edited by Bitterroot Bulls; 05-16-2012 at 09:07 PM.

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    Thanks guys for the input and great information as always ive had experience with both angled and straight and as mentioned my biggest problem was locating game not as quick with a straight but practice makes perfect right thanks again guys!!

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    I currently use a straight spotter and only went with it because i found it at a good price. I was leaning towards an angled version for the same reasons BB stated.



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