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Post by Ryan_W on Wed Apr 02, 2008 8:49 am

Hi,

I pulled one out yesterday to check this, and you cannot adjust this to mount in front of the left eye. I'm sure that if you know a competent machinist with the right tools, they can make a mount that could do this, but you would most likely not be able to access the controls.

There is a very small amount of forward and backward adjustment to help compensate for different size faces. Depending on the size of your head and the size of your goggles, you might be able to get it to work, but with the short eye relief of the monocular you would be losing a considerable amount of the view. Not to mention, the green signature from the Phosphor screen would light up your face for your opponent to see.

Adjusting the Bushnell 1x20 Monocular

Post by Guest on Tue Apr 01, 2008 3:56 pm

I'm considering trading up to the Bushnell 1x20 Tactical Monocular Goggle Scope w/ Headgear (model 26-2013)

I've looked closely at the instruction manual for this, but can't tell
if it's possible to have the monocular over the left eye instead of the right? And is it possible to adjust/slide the monocular further away from the face to allow it to be worn over a paintball mask or goggles?

Thanks.

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