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Old 06-20-2011, 08:29 AM
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Re: sighting in with a 20 MOA mount

Thanks all, for your help w/ the 20 MOA mount sight in rscott5028 info was great and really helpped me to understand what was going on there and with all the info i was on paper at 100yrds with 1st shot and hit the 9 ring on target. The 50 yrd range was in use so had to use 100 yrd range. thanks again
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Old 06-20-2011, 09:07 AM
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Re: sighting in with a 20 MOA mount

I use one piece bases so as to not put the scope in a bind. When I started out doing this customers would bring my scopes that had 25 , 30, 35 Mao's total well that isn't enough for a 1000 and the big guns well just weren't around here. So if like most small town someone had a scope with 35 Mao's that was a high dollar one back then. Doesn't sound like much and yea they could of saved for something better but when you got 10 buck and 9 go for everything that dollar that left was for bullets not scope that cost 5 and 6 hundred dollars they were for rich folks. Now a days thats the standard.
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