Discussions on all the Black Rifle variants of all calibers and manufacturers.
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I believe Mr. Cracker is correct. Remember your eye is nothing more than a lens, if you have a faulty lens(eye) that makes the dot larger than it was designed it should still be measurable in MOA. So it is designed to be a 1 MOA dot but because of your faulty lens(eye) for you it is actually a 1.5 MOA dot for instance. What you are experiencing is a multiplication of your eye's error with the distance, but it should be a direct multiplication still.
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Astigmatism, most wouldn't even know they have it until trying to use a red dot as the user wonders why the dot is a fuzzy ball or the ring a flaming halo and figure they just have a crappy unit or that it is supposed to be that way.