I wouldn't try it without a good brake.
If you go that way, I can give you some smith's that can put one on a SP.
I find targets way faster with a riflescope than I do a LER scope.
Riflescopes have lot larger FOV compared to LER's.
Another key is the eye relief of said riflescope.
Below are two videos. One my son is using a 7mm SAUM with 162 A-Max's (cerakoted XP-100 center-grip)
Other one is me shooting a 6.5-06 with 140 grainers at around 2880 fps.
Both of these are using Holland's radial brake.
One has 6.5-20 Leupold and the other has a 4.5-14 Leupold.
Originally Posted by GByrd
Great article. I went ahead and dropped a rifle scope I had laying around onto my 22k hornet. It's....interesting, lol. Had some questions.
If I wanted to do something like that with this pistol would it work out very well? Not sure how the creedmoor will recoil and it doesn't have a break.
I'm also concerned about the time it takes to get on target. I tried with my two frames. Simmons was on right away, but it was a very narrow for the field of view in terms of the sweet spot.
The rifle scope was quicker, but i could basically only see the center of the reticle. I had to move WAY in to where I could see any improvement. At the shooting position it'd take me a long while to find my target. I tired moving in for a full FOV and backed out slowly, but it seemed really slow.