I was shooting the other day, I removed my scope to change calibers on my FX Crown, and upon centering the scope I ran into the end of adjustment on the elevation turret. I have now bought some mounts from Rashaad that can be adjusted, but this had me thinking. If one adjusts parallax it is to focus, but also to have the crosshairs stationary on the target when you move your eye.
So when the parallax is set perfectly, the scope will be in focus and when you move your eye behind the scope the crosshairs remain on the target, but if the crosshairs are at their max adjustment or close to max, does this not have an effect on accuracy as the crosshairs are not in the middle of the glass lenses, and the quality of the image might suffer? Maybe even the parallax? I know some shooters prefer the holdover technique, which would allow the crosshairs to remain optically centered. I would really like to know from the more experienced guys on here. Aren't we all ever searching for the ultimate accuracy?