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I am wondering what you all mounted the 5-20 on.
I chose this Savage Subonic build that I have shot out to 600 yards making hits 8 of 10 (on average) on a 6" steel plates, not to brag cause I doubt I could dial it in without the scope.  I like to take the range from 100 - 200 - 300 - 500 - 600 in no particular order is the fun part especially subsonic without written dope.  No way...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: October/02/2011 at 20:25
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Almost theeerre....

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Nice Real Nice.

Keep em coming.
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300RUM

 
338RUM
 
 
308 and the SS3x9
 
 
Nothing to fancy but they get the job done.
 


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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

 
Oh yeah, I almost forgot about your new "nom de plume", Blaser Boy... 
so how does it shoot?  
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200 yds, 10 shots on each
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I finally got Blaser USA to get me instruction on setting the trigger pull and I should be able to shrink the groups a bit more now that its not as heavy.  It was at about 4.5#'s now its a tad over 2#

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That thing look wicked.
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Yep, looks like trigger jerk to me... (get it??? trigger jerk...)

Just kidding G.  Nice shooting...that is a very cool rifle.  Looks like something from "Starship Troopers"...
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Ok, now that these have been out for a bit............ how do they really stack up compared to any competition?  Likes, dislikes, thoughts.......?
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Thunbs Up I like the two I have.  The reticle is really nice.

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Wiched looking rig "G".  Alot of dead presidents went into that setup! Big Smile
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Graham is that the Sig Sauer/Blaser? Great looking rig & real nice shooting

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It is, it is a Blaser LRS1 in 308.  With talley mounts and a ss 5-20, using a harris bipod for now but want something more "worthy"
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Those are all sweet set ups. Excellent
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nothing fancy, but shoots pretty good
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good looking setup.  I do like thumbhole stocks

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for being the el-cheapo boyds, i did the bedding, and it shoots pretty good. sub moa to 750. for a ruger, thats pretty good.
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Picked one of the non-illuminated 5-20's during that "Black Friday" deal, along with a Bobro mount. It found a nice home on my LWRC M6A3 DMR for now.  It's a beautiful scope, I'm very happy with it!



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going out today to try it out. Sitting on a CZ 550 varmint 308 with kevlar stock

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X = 180 Y = 90 (X+Pyro)+(Y-Pyro) = ?

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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

Yep, looks like trigger jerk to me... (get it??? trigger jerk...)

HEY! Leave me out of this! Bucky
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