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#13487555 - 01/24/19 Any PRS shooters on the fire  
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I’ve shot hight power but going to check out PRS this year and give it a run.

I’ll be building a PRS rifle... just wondering how many PRS guys we have on the fire.


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#13488636 - 01/24/19 Re: Any PRS shooters on the fire [Re: Spotshooter]  
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I asked that same question, sort of, couple weeks ago...a few very good responces.

I did the same as you and am interested in PRS

What are you going to build?

#13490652 - 01/24/19 Re: Any PRS shooters on the fire [Re: Spotshooter]  
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I’ve shot these types of matches for many years. I’ll be shooting the Brawl at Rifles Only next month. I haven’t shot in as many as I used to, but I’m sure I could help.

#13736070 - 04/12/19 Re: Any PRS shooters on the fire [Re: Spotshooter]  
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I've been shooting anywhere from 9 to 25 PRS style matches per year for 10+ years now. I love the sport. Can I answer any questions?

Alan


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#13737034 - 04/13/19 Re: Any PRS shooters on the fire [Re: GSSP]  
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What sort of spotting scope do you recommend?

Are there any budget spotting scopes that are optically "good enough"? I know some of the budget scopes like the Konus aren't very durable, but for the price I can buy 2 and have one as a spare and still be $$$ ahead.


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#13739578 - 04/14/19 Re: Any PRS shooters on the fire [Re: Spotshooter]  
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Every time I look through a less than quality spotter, I cringe. I can't bring myself to buy one. I've run my 15-45 Zeiss spotter for 11 yrs. Still awesome. Last weekends match a fellow shooter had a new Vortex 27-60x85 Razor HD with their separate Razor HD reticle 22x eyepiece. Both, together, were awesome. Glad I won a 1/2 off "any" Vortex optic certificate 2 weeks back.

Alan


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#13741608 - 04/14/19 Re: Any PRS shooters on the fire [Re: Spotshooter]  
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Spotters are one area where, for the most part, you get what you pay for.

I’ve been very happy with my Gen 1 Razor 85mm with 30x MRAD eyepiece.


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