Originally Posted by Danke
Eye relief is critical as you'll be wearing some type of eye protection.
With poor eye relief it means you can't get close enough to see through the tube properly if your goggles are an inch away from your face.
Thanks for your help guys. So this is going to be a NEWB question so please dont flame mee. So for eye relief, its the distance between your eyes and the lens. In that case, is it better to have a HIGH eye relief so that you can focus from greater distances away from the scope?
I went through many of the sites selling scopes, but none mentions eye relief. How will I determine this?