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Tikka t3 lite

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Unread 05-11-2009, 04:25 PM
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Re: Tikka t3 lite

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If your scope has enough "come ups" you won't need a rail. Not familiar with the Vortex scope. Assuming you are shooting a 208gr Hornday or 210gr Berger at about 2800fps with a 200yd zero, you would need approximately 27 moa of "come ups" to be center mass. Not sure of the specs on your scope, if you have a +/- 50 moa scope you're good to go. When you get close to the extreme of adjustment limits - some scopes get flakey.

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The Vortex is a Crossfire (MIL-DOT) 6x24x50mm............
I am looking at the specs and am seeing the following:

Magnification 6-24x
Objective Lens Diameter, mm 50 Linear
FOV at 100 Yards 4.0-16.5 feet
Eye Relief, in 3.1-3.3
Reticle Styles Mil Dot
TargetAdjustment Graduation 1/4 MOA
Max Internal Elevation Adjustment 25 MOA
Max Internal Windage Adjustment 25 MOA
Parallax Setting 10 to Infinity yards
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    Re: Tikka t3 lite

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    The Vortex is a Crossfire (MIL-DOT) 6x24x50mm............
    I am looking at the specs and am seeing the following:

    Max Internal Elevation Adjustment 25 MOA
    Max Internal Windage Adjustment 25 MOA
    Parallax Setting 10 to Infinity yards
    You will need a rail if you go with this scope. looks like a 10 to 15 moa would be the one to go with if you are set on that scope.

    Good Luck.
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    Re: Tikka t3 lite

    I agree with wildcat bullets and the magpro powder. Also H-414 is excellent. These rifles are easily one of the best buys in the hunting world. They are light, accurate and made to hunt.
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