Kind of amusing how some guns can hold their zero despite being banged and slammed around, but others seem to start shooting way off if you so much as breathe on them wrong.

 Originally Posted By: 45MAN
DON'T KNOW WHY, NOR HAVE I COLLECTED STATISTICS, NOR DONE STUDIES, BUT I HAVE ALWAYS "FELT" THAT I HAVE HAD LESS NEED TO RE-SIGHT IN AFTER TIME AND/OR TRAVEL WITH MY HANDGUNS THAN MY RIFLE BUDDIES.


I've always thought that part of it has to do with the fact that handgun optics are built tougher than long gun optics.
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