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Earlier in this thread someone said that a scope does not intensify the light to your eye, or, said scope does not magnify the light to your eye.
I beg to differ, or beg for an explanation.
When I hunt with my Weaver K4,. I can see better in the dim grey light of dawn in the woods. I see things that I cannot identify by naked eye, but sometimes can discern it with the scope.
If the scope is not bringing in more light than naked eye, then what IS it doing? I know some of this has to do with good or better optics, My K4 will do this, my Swift and Simmons will not.