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Old 02-20-2011, 04:11 PM
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Re: huskemaw or Grey Bull Precision

Better read up on the Greybull, it has 1/3 MOA clicks too.
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Re: huskemaw or Grey Bull Precision

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Better read up on the Greybull, it has 1/3 MOA clicks too.
Sorry I was thinking it was the same as my leupold my mistake
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Old 02-20-2011, 07:46 PM
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Re: huskemaw or Grey Bull Precision

I think they change it to get 20 moa in one turn. 1000 yards in most rifles.
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I think the Grey bull scope they are talking about also has the windage calculation retical same as the huskemaw.
(I dont own either scope) but the husky has a zero stop not sure about John Burns scope? my leupolds dont but I use a red sharpie to mark my zero on my m1 turret work real good for me.
But the Leupold has 1/4 moa the husky has 1/3 moa not a big deal until you start streaching things out.


Didnt know huskemaw had zero stop. Johns scope does have zero stop and is 1/3 MOA, 20 MOA per revolution.
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Re: huskemaw or Grey Bull Precision

I know you said you aren't interested in other scopes but the new G7 scope is also setup exactly like the 2 you mentioned but is on the Nightforce NXS platform.

From a optics/scope standpoint I would go with the G7 over the others any day. Better scope all around in my opinion. Just a thought to give you some more research to do!

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Re: huskemaw or Grey Bull Precision

I would 2nd. that, mostly because of the rifle being a braked lapua. I have a mark4, that I picked for features, but weight was a major factor for my carry rifle,hope it holds up, similar to your rifle.Those big bores w/ brakes are tough on scopes.
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Re: huskemaw or Grey Bull Precision

$1150 for the GBP or $1800 for the G7/NF.

Don't think you would have to worry about recoil/muzzle blast on the GBP. Just as tough as the MK4's. They are really nice scopes. Ive had the chance to shoot alot of them. I will have one on my next build. Reticle makes windage correction easy and fast. Also they have marks for ranging and judging target size. Which comes in handy if the RF won't pick up the target or you wanna know the size of a rock/target at distance.
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