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Confidence in your scope?

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Unread 10-01-2004, 07:11 AM
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Re: Confidence in your scope?

Brown Dog,
Thanks for the explanation on the Accuracy International reticle!
Double turn turret? I think I shall trash that idea.
Custom turret fron Kenton Industries...interesting idea that I want to explore further. Would be a neat concept...different load...w/compatable turret. Hmmm.
Metric...I am not certain why I am fighting it. I think because 1-CM are larger than 1/4"...its the accuracy vs: precision thing with me. My goal...1 minute, cold bore shot, incrementally (100 yds.)out to 1000. I know this is an arbitrary goal...but my goal nonetheless! It is also to establish my confidence I can now achieve this out to 200 yds.
Lazer rangefinder...Ha! I will have to go to the bank today to get a loan on a scope. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
I want to check out the binoculars with the ranging feature. Hmmm...perhaps?
Also, I will call Schmidt & Bender USA today to find out which scopes can be fitted with the cam you describe.
Much thanks...
I will keep you informed as this all progresses.
Semper Fi
Bruce ~~___/)~*~
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    Unread 10-01-2004, 07:55 AM
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    Re: Confidence in your scope?

    Hi,
    Centermeters it will be then!!
    Spoke with Schmidt & Bender USA rep. today.
    PM II...
    270 degree turn of the turret to maximun elevation!
    Custom engraved elevation adjustment rings (turret)...they will provide. Simply complete there work sheet for the load you are using...click value for each range...and they custom engrave it on the turret.
    Blank turrets available also.
    Accuracy International bullet cam...made available through Accuracy International...must contact them for availablity.
    For tomorrow...we shall see.
    Thanks.
    Bruce
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    Unread 10-04-2004, 06:30 AM
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    Re: Confidence in your scope?

    Hi,
    Pete...can you get for me a good price on Schmidt & Bender PM II...4X16. CM adjustments.
    What kind of lens covers do you and Brown Dog use? i.e. Butler Creek... S & M propriatary??
    Could't find anything used over the weekend...looking for used or new!
    Thanks.
    Bruce
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    Unread 10-04-2004, 10:06 AM
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    Re: Confidence in your scope?

    I'll get you a price,, gimmie a couple of days ok.. i use butler creek covers.. Pete
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    Unread 10-05-2004, 05:43 AM
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    Re: Confidence in your scope?

    Pete,
    My direct e-mail address is:
    B3424@AOL.com
    Thanks...
    Bruce
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