Valdada Ram 200 moa. adj.base

Rum Man

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Well I just recieved my Valdada adjustable base . 200 min. Of total adj. 0 , 50 min. , 100 min., 150 min. 200 min. Hole /pin set up .

Anybody have one or try one yet ?
I'm excited to give this a test run . It seems very robust . No instructions so I will see what happens .
It's going on a 338 Edge rifle .

Thanks for any feed back !!

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I will give my view and experience with this Adjustable base as time progress .
Loaded up 73 fresh rounds for the 338 Edge early this morning. Now to get it mounted and re set zero . I'm wondering if I can still zero at 100 ?? Time will tell .

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Terry what size target do you recomend ? Do I stay with the moa thought ? 30" x 30 " or 36" x 36"
I guess I'm thinking by once cry once.

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Just got back from scouting a spot to test this base out . It looks like I can get 3010 yrds. We check distance several times today.
It's going to be hell on me to get a piece of steel up there but I'm excited to have a chance at this distance!!

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Dang Paul, that's what you call social distancing. 😇

Looking forward to some awesome reports.

Ed
 

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Terry what size target do you recomend ? Do I stay with the moa thought ? 30" x 30 " or 36" x 36"
I guess I'm thinking by once cry once.

Rum Man
The bigger they are, the easier to hit. I just bought a 24" x 24" , 1/4" plate . Wanted something I could handle alone. Big plates are heavy.

36x36 will be more fun!
 

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The bigger they are, the easier to hit. I just bought a 24" x 24" , 1/4" plate . Wanted something I could handle alone. Big plates are heavy.

36x36 will be more fun!
I agree I have to hike it in about 600 yrds ..but its in a perfect place . Falling in the Snow today out to the Spot !
I'm not trying to brake any records ..just my own personal quest !!
 

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