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I'm somewhat curious why the Kahles 3-12 doesn't use the same parallax adjustment. That's a nice feature. Only somewhat, because I'm done for the time being with higher mag scopes and heavier tactical scopes. The SS 1-6 I have on order @ 22 oz. is about the limit. I don't know if it's going to have target turrets, but the 3-10x50 KSX I @ 17 oz. that Charlie mentioned in his 312 review thread sounds very interesting.
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Originally posted by bugsNbows bugsNbows wrote:

Wow, great review. There is enough cash value right there to aid in fiscal cliff resolution!!! LOL. Excellent 

Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

You've got a helluva nice stable of tactical scopes already; that's for sure, Jeff! I'm pretty sure my parents paid much less for the house I was raised in than the $ value represented in the above pics!


...but I saved a ton of money by switching my car insurance...
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

...but I saved a ton of money by switching my car insurance...
Well, it really helped when he switched over to this. It's less to insure and other motorists just know to give him a wide berth:
 
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Better hope obama doesn't see that collection... he might want "his fair share". ;)
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Originally posted by KrazeLegs KrazeLegs wrote:



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Originally posted by KrazeLegs KrazeLegs wrote:



Excuse my original screw up, couldn't find the edit button.

Lots of good information in the review.  I could not find some information on the Kahles website, maybe I missed this information somehow.

Regarding the Kahles:
> Is there a zero stop?
> How many mils/turn on the elevation?

Thanks!

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Welcome to the OT KrazeLegs!
 
You need at 50 post in order to edit!
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Krazelegs,

There is a zero stop.
There are 14 mils per revolution.

It is an exceptional scope.

Will see hard use next weekend. And there will be pictures.
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describe "hard use"...
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There will be no bench.
There will be no protection from the mud and rain and cold.
It will be called upon to make shots at various ranges and probably in rapid succession.
Turrets will be spun. Allot.


It will not be national security.
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Roger... just wanted to set the playing field... good description, good "hard use"...  I like it...
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

There will be no protection from the mud and rain and cold.
 
By our standards up here in El Norte, if there is mud and rain it ain't cold.
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

There will be no bench.
There will be no protection from the mud and rain and cold.
It will be called upon to make shots at various ranges and probably in rapid succession.
Turrets will be spun. Allot.


It will not be national security.


Fair chase, public land, spot and stalk in walk-in... in other words??    ;)

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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

Krazelegs,

There is a zero stop.
There are 14 mils per revolution.

It is an exceptional scope.

Will see hard use next weekend. And there will be pictures.


Great!

Can't wait to hear more.  Your weekend sounds much more fun than chasing kids around, I'm envious hombre.

Dean
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1K view
Targets are 18" wide except for far right which is an 8" plate:


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Take the shot hold  inner edge 1st. 3-4 follow...
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What power were you on when taking that picture Charles? Love to have a 1K range like that by me & someone to teach me how to shoot out at 1K.I only get to shoot out to 400yrds.
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Looks a little blurry...
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

Looks a little blurry...


Mirage perhaps?
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or the transition from camera to scope
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my buddy took it with his Android smart phone
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