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About Lukas_K

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  • Birthday 11/21/1984

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    Czech Rep.
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    Either shooting far or running farther.

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  1. Service rifle (limited to 4x) scopes

    True, "standard rifle" rules of running/missing target that I'm interested in demand 4x. But close enough, the issue is the same - small scope that will allow both target and reticle in focus across the distances. I'm actually thinking about some cheaper options, too. The demands on glass nor mechanics are not as non-compromising as with a large zoom. I'm pretty certain the Leatherwood/Hilux is not euro/american glass neither. Discovery optics anyone? Heard they are ex-vortex people starting anew. This looks promising if it holds up in use: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Discovery-Optics-Rifle-Scope-Telescopic/dp/B075FTKPXK
  2. What are the current options if one were looking for 4x (no more than that) scope and wanted adjustable parallax? Let's skip the "parallax non-issue at this power setting" discussion, I still want to set crisp focus for target shooting. Leatherwood came out with this last year: https://hi-luxoptics.com/collections/tactical-rifle-scopes-and-optics/products/hi-lux-across-the-course-xtc14x34-competition-rifle-scope Are there any other usable options currently available?
  3. What ret in the Bushnell?
  4. Rpa trigger

    I believe it was done by means of a separate hanger, much like Barnard actions use.
  5. WTB: AICS short action

    As the title says, I'm looking for an old-style AICS stock. Short action R700 model, preferably fixed. Old school skins (shallow, square-ish rear bag cutout).
  6. Quadlite bottom metals

    I remember seeing several different types, most common being the flush-fitting floorplate for modified TRG mags. But there were others, a buddy has a long-action with DBM made for Sauer mags. My question is, is there a DBM for quadlite & AICS mags, short of Mik's chassis? I want to keep the stock.
  7. As additional note, I´m looking into these as a possible replacement for 107 Sierras. For some reason Bergers seem more available now. Could batch-order Sierras instead, though.
  8. Anybody has experience with Berger´s current offerings re verified BC values in 6BR attainable velocities (2850-2900fps)? I know there were changes in the Match VLD design and the steted BC got revised several times. Now Berger claims .517/.265 numbers for the 105VLD and .522/.268 for the 108BT.
  9. Works the shoulder but not the body axially. 264, 266 and 268 bushings included. New in box, 90 shipped.
  10. Shoot me an offer if you believe I´m asking too much..?
  11. £1300 including all the listed accessories & insured shipping (anywhere in EU)
  12. What reticle do you have there, Jonathan?
  13. 6br in TRG magazine

    Whatever the cost, it's worth it. Nobody makes a dedicated mag. And it's just broccoli running a repeater action as a single shot. The AI/TRG conversion should be close enough dimensionally. TRG mag is a fraction of an inch longer in oal, very slightly narrower in front cross-section (the follower may need a little shave here) and not as high, so the OAL spacer must be shortened.
  14. 6br in TRG magazine

    Hi Dave, for some reason I thought you did AI mags only? TRG too, then? Any loss in capacity?
  15. Sorry sir, not enough elevation travel & not usable reticle for my competition shooting. Would love a lightweight scope like that, though. Illuminated reticle on the NXS, forgot to add that before.

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