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Old 01-20-2013, 03:33 AM   #121
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I know i may get hate but i like the center points very good budget scopes and illuminated i had one for a couple years less than 100 bucks
Same here I have a 4-16 on my 30-06 and it gets the job done it was on my 250 but i wanted something a lil bigger
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Old 01-20-2013, 03:37 AM   #122
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No dont do that, lol, if u like less expensive optics an they work for you then by all means go for it. Im just a very serious big game hunter, an wont settle for less due to the extreme diff in weather or temp or time of day im faced with on my hunts. I hunt in 7 states nearly evey year plus canada, so I dont skimp on my optics.
Lol just saying I will post a pic of my group I shot with my first reloads for it when it let's me
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Lol just saying I will post a pic of my group I shot with my first reloads for it when it let's me
No thanks u probly didnt choot them boolits werth a poopi any how. Lmao jk boy.
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No thanks u probly didnt choot them boolits werth a poopi any how. Lmao jk boy.
Lmao whatever grandpa
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Lmao whatever grandpa
Remenber ol grandpa here still gets more guns an girls then u do fugly
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No thanks u probly didnt choot them boolits werth a poopi any how. Lmao jk boy.


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See and this is my first time shooting 184 yards
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Remenber ol grandpa here still gets more guns an girls then u do fugly
If I tried harder I would have just as many girls but right I got a lot goin on in my head I don't need a girl lol
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See and this is my first time shooting 184 yards
Lighten up on the trigger squeeze an use a led sled, not bad for a first time but better not show that on your second time.
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See and this is my first time shooting 184 yards
Try settin up at say 400 yrds an just choot that for a while nothing less, it will help u learn proper trigger squeeze, breathing, an soon u will start to make 200 seem like nuthin, I feel long range practice is the best, it makes u focus on the very smallest detail to become able to group shots at long range an close alike. Give it a honest try
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Lighten up on the trigger squeeze an use a led sled, not bad for a first time but better not show that on your second time.
Lol give me time I'm still getting the hang of it I'm going to go again tm that why I'm loading some more right now
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