Viper vs. SIII ???

emn83

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At 2,600 fps muzzle velocity (just a guess, seems reasonable for a 308, I've never loaded the 185's)...you'll only need appx. 33 MOA of adjustment...you said you had a 15 MOA rail...the Viper will do the job.
I'm running a 20 MOA base right now, and 2600 FPS is very doable with my set up...starting to think the 65 MOA of elevation isn't the problem I first thought

I'm not even looking for a new scope and this thread has me confused which way i should go.........:p lolgun)
I pretty much decided on getting the Viper, but in SFP instead of FFP....don't feel like paying an extra $100 for it when I can use the subtends they give and do the math pretty easily for different power settings
 

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