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With all the exotic high tech rifles I a bit embarrassed to show you my recent purchase. Always wanted a 22 bolt action repeater, not that I need another .22 having a pump and two semiautos. Anyway I am very pleased with my Ruger American Rimfire 22LR with Swift 1.5 X 4.5 32 mm scope.

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With all the exotic high tech rifles I a bit embarrassed to show you my recent purchase. Always wanted a 22 bolt action repeater, not that I need another .22 having a pump and two semiautos. Anyway I am very pleased with my ruger American Rimfire 22LR with Swift 1.5 X 4.5 32 mm scope.
I like the looks of that and I dearly love Rugers so I may have one of those in my near future.
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Here's my Ruger Model 77 in 220 Swift.

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A Tikka Model 695 300 W. Mag.

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Nice looking rigs String. I like the old school Bausch & Lomb. What is the scope on the .300WM?

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Nice looking rigs String. I like the old school Bausch & Lomb. What is the scope on the .300WM?
Thanks. I'm old school. It's a ..........wait for it...........Tasco World Class Wide Angle Range Finding Trajectory Compensating Scope....... say that 3 times fast. It came with 7 elevation drums for different classes of cartridges.

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Really! That is awesome. I was lucky putting a 4x32mm Pentax Game Seeker BDC on my 6.5x55 hunter. Although it is really to busy for practical use, it still works at 50 yard increments if you have time. For snap shots, it limits it and makes the FOV too busy. I like the Weaver V10 on my 7mmRemMag. Makes everything simple.
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Really! That is awesome. I was lucky putting a 4x32mm Pentax Game Seeker BDC on my 6.5x55 hunter. Although it is really to busy for practical use, it still works at 50 yard increments if you have time. For snap shots, it limits it and makes the FOV too busy. I like the Weaver V10 on my 7mmRemMag. Makes everything simple.
I like simple. It matches my mind. I have a Shepherd scope on another rifle I'll post pictures of tomorrow and its as simple as it gets. Circles that cover18" at 300, 400, 500 yards out to 800 I think without getting off my butt and going down to the vault and looking. Having a bourbon and coke and watching Tree House Masters. :beer:

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I like your scope. I have a Leupold Boone&Crocket, on my Winchester model 70 in 270.
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I like your scope. I have a Leupold Boone&Crocket, on my Winchester model 70 in 270.
Never owned a Leupold but leaning toward one for the AR I'm putting together now.

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