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Originally Posted by Big Stick
Which Reupold(s),will track,repeat and hold zero,as per my checkbook and ACTUAL shooting? Hint.

MINIMUM erector travel(40 Mil minimum),10yd parallax,etched reticle,(2) Mil's of erector travel per ounce of mass and robust guts? Erectors matching reticles,a given. Hint.

Do tell. Hint.

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Good rifle and Leupld without 40 mils of travel.

Profit.



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I don’t know you, but that last video you posted, I would not be very proud of it that was mine. You were obviously not up for that shot and just lobbing them in. That video is neither a testament to your shooting ability, rifle, scope or judgment.

For God’s sake you shot it in the horn your second shot.


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Originally Posted by Crappie_Killer
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I don’t know you, but that last video you posted, I would not be very proud of it that was mine. You were obviously not up for that shot and just lobbing them in. That video is neither a testament to your shooting ability, rifle, scope or judgment.

For God’s sake you shot it in the horn your second shot.

How to tell us you don't know how to spot trace without saying "I don't know how to spot trace".

Scott's not know for his spotting through the camera and I still give schiet for that call.

All three shots were good hits in vitals but a horned up bull wanting to fight might keep his feet long enough for a good rifleman to hit him 3 times.

This video is a good way to see who knows good shooting and who does not understand.

Here is a simple video for the less sophisticated shooters to understand the good rifle/Leupold magic.



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Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Good rifle and Leupld without 40 mils of travel.

Profit.

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Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Explain why you want 40 mils of travel when you have never shot any game beyond 500yds?

I'm not sure I get the point of that question. Things other than game can be targets beyond 500 yards, right?


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Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Explain why you want 40 mils of travel when you have never shot any game beyond 500yds?

I'm not sure I get the point of that question. Things other than game can be targets beyond 500 yards, right?

Well that's why I asked LiL Fish for an explanation.

We know he has no game experience beyond 500yds and this is a hunting centric forum.

Why would having 40 mils be his first priority?

FWIW the hunting rifle in the past 2 videos can dial to a mile.


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Originally Posted by Sam_H
For me it's not erector travel, or even tracking. Just want them to hold zero. Learned I can't trust zero until proven by a couple more range trips. Needless to say tested those we use. Slowly replacing them with......well, you know.

OTOH, friend just returned from muley hunt. Leupold VX2 shifted zero, made for some lousy shooting. Tempted to just gift him a 6MQ. But he likes variables.


For me,it's everything,if only because I shoot a "few" different rifles. Hint.





'Course,they gotta fend weather too,meaning all the stuff that Reupold ain't. Hint.

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Back some time ago I saw stick’s 500 yard egg shooting video.

Looked like fun, so I had to try it with my Leupold 60 yards further




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Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Back some time ago I saw stick’s 500 yard egg shooting video.

Looked like fun, so I had to try it with my Leupold 60 yards further




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Originally Posted by jwp475
Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Back some time ago I saw stick’s 500 yard egg shooting video.

Looked like fun, so I had to try it with my Leupold 60 yards further




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MK 4. Hint.

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And since you mentioned the Mark 5, here’s how the one my buddy has did on evaluation.

Gunsmith says it’s the most perfect scope he’s seen since my Mark 4 M5A2


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Originally Posted by rcamuglia
Back some time ago I saw stick’s 500 yard egg shooting video.

Looked like fun, so I had to try it with my Leupold 60 yards further



Kewl.

LiL Fish's drop testing is copying a video a good friend of mine did many years in the past but using Leupold for throwing on the ground.

Even uses the same genuine Alaska Jibberish. grin



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16 Mil's will crowd 325yds. Hint.

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Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Good rifle and Leupld without 40 mils of travel.

Profit.



Fugkin pathetic. What a POS….the “Father” of long range hunting.

You aimed at his antler? You’re calling that a good shot? Was POI same as POA?

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Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Good rifle and Leupld without 40 mils of travel.

Profit.

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Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Good rifle and Leupld without 40 mils of travel.

Profit.

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Was that antler shot POI same as POA?
Antler is “vitals” now?
LMFAO….

He was definitely “horned up” and looking for a fight after you blasted part it off dumbass.

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It was nearly within 6 MOA,which is Reupold "GOOD!". Hint.





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"Big Stick, the Campfires verbal eloquence equivalent, unfortunately, of John Fetterman."

This! I think he's got a future in politics as well.


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