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Old 01-13-2013, 04:53 PM   #11
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Go with the sps in 308, I love mine, you can't beat the out of the box accuracy you'll get. Here's my rifle after a few upgrades, and a a couple 5 shot groups at 100 with handloads

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Old 01-13-2013, 10:27 PM   #12
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Go with the sps in 308, I love mine, you can't beat the out of the box accuracy you'll get. Here's my rifle after a few upgrades, and a a couple 5 shot groups at 100 with handloads
What did you do to upgrade that?
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Bell Nd Carlson m40 style stock, I did the duracoat gap camo on it myself, wyatts drop in bottom metal with detach mag, harris s series bipod, egw 20 moa base, tps extra low rings, and a vortex viper 5-15x44 mil mil riflescope. Definitely took some time, and upgrading, but I finally have it where I want it, shoots one jagged hole at 100 with hand loads, and best I've done at 1000 is an 8.25 inch 5 shot group with handloads

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Bell Nd Carlson m40 style stock, I did the duracoat gap camo on it myself, wyatts drop in bottom metal with detach mag, harris s series bipod, egw 20 moa base, tps extra low rings, and a vortex viper 5-15x44 mil mil riflescope. Definitely took some time, and upgrading, but I finally have it where I want it, shoots one jagged hole at 100 with hand loads, and best I've done at 1000 is an 8.25 inch 5 shot group with handloads
I guess thats not bad, that viper scope is a little pricy, right?
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The one I have is actually a midway exclusive, it had everything I was looking for in a long range riflescope, exposed turrets, mil mil adjustments, zero lock, mil dot reticle. They sell for 499.99 but sometimes midway does specials on them for 399.99.

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The one I have is actually a midway exclusive, it had everything I was looking for in a long range riflescope, exposed turrets, mil mil adjustments, zero lock, mil dot reticle. They sell for 499.99 but sometimes midway does specials on them for 399.99.
Thats actually not bad at all
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That's what I said when I saw it, it has all the features and more of the higher dollar vipers, only thing its lacking is magnification, but im used to 10x anyways so it was a win win.since then I've put vortex optics on all my rifles including their red dot and spotting scope.even Leupold can't shake a stick at their warranty

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I had to send a viper back. Mailed it out Monday and got the new one Friday!
Awesome service.

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I had to send a viper back. Mailed it out Monday and got the new one Friday!
Awesome service.
Recently I have heard allot about their awesome warranty
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Their warranty is amazing,customer service is great also. I contacted them because I was having trouble finding batteries for my sparc red dot and they sent me some for free

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