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S&B Precision Hunter Q:

Gday, I was wondering how much elevation can be achieved on the BDC that comes on this scope? (2.5-10X56)
Also one click is equal to 10mm at 100yrds, what would the value of one click be at 200, 300, 400 ect?

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    Re: S&B Precision Hunter Q:

    Hi Skip, i think you'll find that the click values are .1 miliradian ( 1cm @ 100m) on the varmint and precision hunbter scopes, depending on the caliber your shooting, you'll get out to about 500m.
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    Re: S&B Precision Hunter Q:

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    Hi Skip, i think you'll find that the click values are .1 miliradian ( 1cm @ 100m) on the varmint and precision hunbter scopes, depending on the caliber your shooting, you'll get out to about 500m.
    regards Pete

    [/ QUOTE ]It's not often Pete gets it wrong BUT acording to mssrs S&B the click value on the 4-16PrHu is 5mm at 100m. http://www.schmidtbender.com/precisionhunter.shtml
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    Re: S&B Precision Hunter Q:

    Chris, depends which turrets or BDCs you have on it, if you want to pay for it they will do you 3 frogs legs at 144.5m. he said 10mm @100y, that aint right, 10mm @ 100m yes.

    5mm @ 100m is standard but not only
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    Re: S&B Precision Hunter Q:

    Thanks for that guys, one more quick Q:
    Can I zero my rifle then take the BDC off and set it to zero also?
    The BDC only has something like 35 lines then its blank and its currently set on 10.

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    Re: S&B Precision Hunter Q:

    Yes.

    (Understand you're asking if you can take off the turret cap and set it at 0 after having zeroed your rifle?)
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    Re: S&B Precision Hunter Q:

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    Yes.

    (Understand you're asking if you can take off the turret cap and set it at 0 after having zeroed your rifle?)

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    Thats correct, thanks mate.
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