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 OK.  I came in a short time ago from getting my .300 w/4X Conquest on paper so I wouldn't assassinate my chrono when I retest my 150gr load (new powder lot). Only had 6rds of old 150gr load left. First time shooting with the Conquest. The first thing I noticed when looking through the scope at the target was how MUCH BRIGHTER the image got when compared to looking with my naked eye.
    100yd range
 I had boresighted it.
 1st shot- 16" low/16" right of desired poi. (HEY,it got me on paper!)
 2nd shot- Adjusted it up 64 c's/left 64 c's.  Hit 1" low/1" left of desired poi.
 3rd shot- Shot my 180gr load just to see where it would print.  Hit low/left of 2nd shot                   (didn't measure it).  
 4th shot- Adjusted it right 8 c's or 2" just to see if tracking seemed good.  Printed exactly 2"
                 right/same level as 2nd shot or 1" low/1" right of desied poi. 
 5th shot- Adjusted it left 4 c's or 1"/up 4 c's or 1".  Hit desired poi. 
 
  Very brief and informal but I'm impressed still more with the scope.  
 
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Great that it all worked out that easy for you.
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Well if you really want easy sight in take a Super Sniper Mil Mil scope either the 3-9 or the HD 10x  aim at the center of the target shoot one hole then use the mil dots to measure how far right or left and how high or low it is measuring in mils then dial in the correction in tenth mils and next shot should be in the X ring.  It so user friendly its scarey.  I wish all scopes were mil mil .
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: June/21/2010 at 09:57
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 +1,WES.
 
 It may take me awhile but with some wheelin and dealin I'd like to get the 3-9 SS for my .25-06 M70 XTR.  VERY ACCURATE rifle but a bit too heavy for all around use.  
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