who cranks on their scope when hunting?
There's a lot of interest in long-range shooting, which has spurred the availability of really great rifle scopes with features like a wide range of adjustment and target/'tactical' adjustment knobs.
My question to the hunters here is - do you adjust your scope when hunting in the field? I don't mean tweaking the zero before heading out, I'm talking about the situation where you have your game in sight - do you crank in windage and elevation?
None of my hunting has been beyond 200 yards, so I've never felt compelled to dial in any clicks in the field. Just wondering what the rest of the hunters out there do in actual practice.