IOR Riflescope 3X18X42-Illuminated MP-8
Posted 23 September 2007 - 09:51 PM
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The rifle can outshoot me... that's for sureHere's what it can do300 yards - 3 shot group with 155 grain Scenar on top, 5 shot group with 168 Nosler comp belowHere's the 3 shot group at 525 yards with the 155 grain ScenarTen shot at 100 yards with 168 grain Nosler Competition
That's a first class rig! Bet it shoots good too.
Posted 29 October 2007 - 08:36 PM
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Posted 29 October 2007 - 08:58 PM
Yep! Heath. Funny, while doing this test late this afternoon, I got distracted by a doe and two pawn right in the line of fire. They were feeding right at the 100 yard backstop at our club range. They weren't bothered by my shot at all. Too bad I didn't have a camera with me. I had to wait for them to moved on before I could resumed my test. At least I was able to practice ranging the doe with the MP-8 reticle on the scope I haven't filled my tag yet and I almost got tempted
Very impressive there DF. I know you must be tickled pink with those results.
Posted 29 October 2007 - 09:13 PM
Quade, it started as a plain Jane 243 ADL Model 700 and I have Jim Gruning of Gruning Precision Rifle installed a Pac-Nor 3-grove Supermatch barrel on it. I had the barreled action teflon coated, and mounted on modified HS precision Varmint Synthetic stock, with HS 5 round detachable magazine, and bottom metal. I installed the Kydex cheekpiece for proper cheekweld. The rifle weigh 17 lbs, and its very pleasant to shoot. It's becoming to be my favorite rifle.
wow that looks great... the the retical is sweet.what remington 700 is that... What model?
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