Looking for my first scope

Rick Richard

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That converts to 106 in/lbs which seems very high to me. I think most cross bolts are typically around 65 in/lbs with some (NF) at 95 in/lbs for their titanium bolts.
 

new2thegame

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Thank you thats what I got. I sent an email to Germany to get their number should hear back later tonight. Foot pounds less than 9. Thanks again, still wondering why so high. NF scope and picatinny rail.
 

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