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Huskemaw 5-20 LR Scope Review By Ernie Bishop

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Re: Huskemaw 5-20 LR Scope Review By Ernie Bishop

If I were to only use the standard 1/3 MOA turret and not a custom turret, how much veticle/up MOA adjustment would I have from the zero stop?
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    Re: Huskemaw 5-20 LR Scope Review By Ernie Bishop

    The standard turret is in clicks, not MOA's.
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    An MOA turret is available and I'll get back to you on the total vertical adjustment. It's pretty good but I forgot the number.
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    Re: Huskemaw 5-20 LR Scope Review By Ernie Bishop

    I know Ernie has topped off his pistols with them has anybody else? Anything I might want to know?


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    Re: Huskemaw 5-20 LR Scope Review By Ernie Bishop

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    An MOA turret is available and I'll get back to you on the total vertical adjustment. It's pretty good but I forgot the number.

    Thanks Len. I think I remember reading at some time that they had 67 or so inches of verticle travel but I don't understand how that works in relation to the zero stop. Would that mean 33.5 of up adjustment from center???
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    Re: Huskemaw 5-20 LR Scope Review By Ernie Bishop

    The zero point will depend on your yardage and on the angle, if any, of your base. If you use, say a 20 moa base, you'll have amost 52 moa of UP left. You place the zero stop where you want it but usually near your zero. So the second answer is the same.
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    Re: Huskemaw 5-20 LR Scope Review By Ernie Bishop

    A couple questions for anybody in the know:

    1) Is there indeed a zero stop on this scope?
    2) I assume this is a SFP reticle?
    3) I am a bit confused on the ability of the yardage turrets to integrate with changes in velocity, bullet bc. elevation, temperature etc...thoughts?

    Thank you for your input.
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