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sam39

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  1. Newer Howa has the 2 stage trigger which may be better than the older single stage. Mine was the older single stage and had a gritty creep on it that was easily sorted to a nice light crisp break.......scared the life out of me the first time i tried it but what an improvement!
  2. A good objective post above. Longer range targets is a different game to ethical deer and fox Shooting range On the Howa a trigger job is a must . Mike Norris did a cracking job on mine it was about £40 ish. i had hold of a tikka super varmint the other day and thought the stock seemed pretty good
  3. Ok thanks for that information. It’s a great looking stock and they come highly rated
  4. tuck is The cheek price high enough for a 56mm objective ?
  5. Thanks. Love a short barrel but the point of the 223 is that it would be a quiet option So a longer barrel this time
  6. Ok must be a stupid question? let me put this another way. re barrel length if i was to get a new 223. My 223 has a 17in barrel, it has what I think is a good mod (aim sport Zonic Compact mod) I have had comments from other 223 users that the gun is loud compared to theirs. They all have standard barrel lengths probably in the region of 22in . Could this be because of my shorter barrel? Thanks Sam
  7. Would you expect to notice a difference in noise level from 16 in to 20 in barrel in a moderated 223? is there any correlation to noise levels vs barrel length in general ?
  8. sam39

    Font Colour

    Yes it’s hard on the old eyes this new green
  9. sam39

    George Balfour

    Sad news. Condolences to his family. RIP George
  10. sam39

    50 grain varmint load for Sako 75 Varmint

    N133 and 1450 50gr blitzking a winner for tight groups. Not really a deer round but may be fine head and neck at sensible range? Have never tried it......... yet.
  11. a good review and I find a range finder a very useful bit of kit. Does any know if there is a more compact bino out there that range finds rather than the classic 8x42 which quite a lot of the time I find a bit bulky?
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    George Balfour (gbal on this site)

    Very sad to read this. I have never met George but loved his contribution to this site. Thoughts and prayers for him and his family
  13. sam39

    Rifle Scope for .223. Max £400

    Pardon me if I’m telling you something you know but make sure you discuss reticual thickness if you are target shooting out to 500 yards
  14. sam39

    Rifle Scope for .223. Max £400

    This is bang on. I have regretted buying cheap but never regretted buying quality . It will add to your experience, success and confidence. I know the expenditure takes some coming to terms with but if you do pack up you have a good scope that will be wanted re re sale. 2nd hand with some guarantee is the way to go. Look at Macleod of Tain good luck
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