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4 different "loads", but I was already pretty certain which load set I was going to go with...
100yds, 20 rounds... fairly rapid fire, 1,2,3, 4, 5, change mag, repeat... I can do a lot better.  

I love the FNAR, so far...  get it... F-N-AR so far...




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dead zombie!!!
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The "bet" I've made with myself is "I can stay inside the shaded area, 50 rounds, 300 yards.  Sometime in the next couple weeks.  
The "zombie gun" can do it, I'm convinced, the scope is good enough, the ammo is superb.  Now, just have to see if I can.  I do need some more practice.  All the "outliers" on the target are due to MY yanking the rifle around.  Six month "layoff" DOES have an effect...
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Very nice shooting KB. 
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Well you ought to be happy with that for a semi auto.
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That looks great. Now for the 300yds challenge!!
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Shocked  That target was it at 100 or 300 yards???
 
Your going to put 50 rounds inside the shaded area...ie...0.67MOA 50 round group???
 
Sounds like a minor challenge to me!!!Smile Whistling
 
Good luck Dan!
 
 


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Can we see a pic of this zombie killer? Big Grin

Amazing shooting btwExcellent
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That was 100 yards...
Ammo produced by Mr. Alan Steinle... really good stuff.  
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Thank you, but the rifle/scope/ammo were the prime ingredients here.  I just tried to keep from making any really BIG mistakes. 

Wes, I am very happy with this setup.  
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Hows the trigger on the FN?
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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

Hows the trigger on the FN?
Pretty impressive... nice, clean break, no overtravel to speak of.  I have not tested it, yet, but suspect the pull is right at 3.5lb.  Book says it comes from the factory set between 2.5-5.0lb.  "Feels" right in the middle of that. 
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Thats good to know.  Any regrets yet or is it on the recommend list now?
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I have no regrets, am glad I bought it, and will even deer hunt with it this year... not much, ...    but some hunts will be without the Lott...
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

I have no regrets, am glad I bought it, and will even deer hunt with it this year... not much, ...    but some hunts will be without the Lott...
 
That says a lot coming from you. 
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What scope did you use KB?
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

What scope did you use KB?
Kahles ZF84 with German #105 reticle.  VERY fast acquisition and can be just about as accurate as one could want... high accuracy takes a little more time, fast acquisition was what I actually got it for, but am impressed with its range of capabilities.  
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Nice Dan, real nice.
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Is the ZF84 fixed or variable power? I'll have to look up the reticle, I'm not familiar with it. There is no doubt from your shooting that the reticle is capable of precision.
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I'd be interested in seeing a close up of the reticle as well KB. For a 20 shot group that's some damn fine shooting indeed.

Were you shooting from a bench or bags?
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It was on a bag on the ground shooting prone with the accu-pod for rear support. 
 
Download instructions Kahles ZF 95/ ZF 84
Has great information on the ZF line of scopes.
 
 
 
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Kb, I looked at your reticle, and I must say, your a hell of a shot to shoot that kind of group with that reticleBow
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Kb, I looked at your reticle, and I must say, your a hell of a shot to shoot that kind of group with that reticleBow
 
I'll second that
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