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Old 11-08-2013, 08:30 PM   #21
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I am totally inexperienced with rifles so I am just going to use the iron sights, then try a scout scope since I don't know any better. Plus in the woods of NC if I were to hunt deer or hog I wouldn't probably need to make a shot over 200 yards at most anyway. I probably don't really need a better scope. If I ever feel that need I'll probably buy another rifle with a longer barrel to throw the better scope on anyway. This is going to my short range fun gun. I think if I lived in a place like TX or the high plains somewhere I probably wouldn't have purchased a scout. It's probably not as useful in open spaces with longer shots.
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I do not like the 'scout' scopes. Mine wears a 1 3/4x6 Leupold VX-III (the original short one)! You simply take the long rail off and put any scope you would like on the receiver.
Does that interfere with the bolt and action?
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Does that interfere with the bolt and action?
No, it is the 'standard' way most scopes are mounted on hunting and sniper rifles.
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Told you I was clueless. Thank god for books, internet and questions.
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I just bought a Stainless Ruger Scout and took it to the range. It hit 2.5 inches high at 50 yards so I tried it on the 200 yard sighting plate ( a big square of steel ) . I hit the plate 5 out of 7 shots offhand ( wavered a little on the two misses ) . Also, forgot to take off my progressive lens glasses and use my shooting glasses, so the sights were blurry . I like the ghost ring sights . Crisp but slightly heavy trigger . I took out the spacer at the butt for minimum pull . Love this gun !
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B.S. : Can anyone explain the reason for bead & blade sights ? They force you to aim below where you want to hit or else the bead obscures the target . You have to align a vertical as well as a horizontal relationship . I've got bead & blade on my Ruger 77 / .22 and I don't like the gun much ; Maybe it is the bead and blade I don't like !! ( ????)

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I just bought a Stainless Ruger Scout and took it to the range. It hit 2.5 inches high at 50 yards so I tried it on the 200 yard sighting plate ( a big square of steel ) . I hit the plate 5 out of 7 shots offhand ( wavered a little on the two misses ) . Also, forgot to take off my progressive lens glasses and use my shooting glasses, so the sights were blurry . I like the ghost ring sights . Crisp but slightly heavy trigger . I took out the spacer at the butt for minimum pull . Love this gun ! __________________________________________________ ______________________ B.S. : Can anyone explain the reason for bead & blade sights ? They force you to aim below where you want to hit or else the bead obscures the target . You have to align a vertical as well as a horizontal relationship . I've got bead & blade on my Ruger 77 / .22 and I don't like the gun much ; Maybe it is the bead and blade I don't like !! ( ????)
Curious.... Can you capture the sight presentation in a pic?
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Curious.... Can you capture the sight presentation in a pic?
At my age, I'm lucky to know how to log in here . I'd need help posting pics . You know what a Bead and Blade sight looks like, don't you ?
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At my age, I'm lucky to know how to log in here . I'd need help posting pics . You know what a Bead and Blade sight looks like, don't you ?
I do now....
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Open_sight_types.svg

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I have read that at distance the sights block the target. My plan was to shoot it at the range a while, learn something about rifles, and then possibly change out the sites. But if they work well under 300 yards they might be fine for me. I can't see shooting anything over 300 yards in my use.
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I had a bead and blade sight on my BB gun when i was a kid....never really liked it much lol
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