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About Gluv

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    Mountain Biking, Shooting,Fishing

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  1. Reloading with Rosie

    Seems to me like several people on here fancy themselves as social justice warriors and really want to find something to be offended aboutπŸ™„ Myself, I find Rosie incredibly attractive and would watch her shout at pigeons in the park if she wanted, all day longπŸ™‚
  2. On the range with the PMII 5-25

    Calibrate your turrets. It's well worth doing πŸ‘
  3. I shall give it a go then when I have made a little more progress πŸ‘πŸ™‚
  4. It's basically a block of alluminium I have machined into a piece of angle with one side about 30 mm thick with a hole to allow a 12 mm stainless tube to fit inside. The tube runs up the side of the barrel with a couple of offset bends to allow the Magnetospeed to sit in the correct position in front of the bore. Oh the alluminium angle block is keyed into the slot on the bottom of foregrip . I will send you some pics when finished if you're interested. Posting pics on here is an unnecessary pain 😐
  5. Hi I'm just in the process of making an adaptor bracket to allow me to mount my Magnetospeed on my AIAW without being attached to the barrel . Anybody else done the same ? It should offer a number of advantages , no point of impact changes . Also it will allow me to use magneto during normal long shooting to see if I have missed due to a duff round rather than miss dialing the scope. Every little helps as they say !πŸ™‚
  6. Can this be right?

    Everybody makes a massive issue about glass but unless you're going for that last shot before dark ,does it really matter? The big thing for me is reliability and accurate turret adjustments
  7. Can this be right?

    Both of mine are p4 fine πŸ‘. I suppose if I was being critical I would like finer sub tensions on the cross but it's no big deal, I can see them in my minds eye
  8. Can this be right?

    Oh , I have two of them and wouldn't swap with anything πŸ™‚
  9. Can this be right?

    People make a big thing about the tunnelling at low power on the pm2 but I personally never have it on that low a mag ever!. Its heavy and built to last. I can't fault the turrets .Glass is excellent! What more can you say ? It's donkeys years old with a battle proven reputation I don't think any scope will ever outclass the pm2 overall....maybe a pm3 ?
  10. Scope Calibration

    Terry Well worth doing in my opinion ! people always say junk in =junk out with ballistic calculators Strange how calibrating the scope gets poo, pooed πŸ€” Gluv
  11. Scope Calibration

    Terry Its an everyday item where I work πŸ˜‰ To be fair though , if you have an assistant, it's easy enough to get them to make fine adjustment on something you can easily see like a spirit level. Just scribe some lines with a fine pen Gluv
  12. Scope Calibration

    For added accuracy I used a 2 m vernier we had at work .It did make it much easier to focus the crosshairs on the jaws.Obviosly it made for a very accurate measurement I just have to test it at range now with a few shot strings!
  13. Scope Calibration

    Interestingly after calibrating my S and B pm2 it appears my scope turrets are .10119 per click . Put it in your calculator, it makes quite a difference
  14. Posting Pictures

    Don't be rediculous , that would make things far to easy πŸ˜€
  15. Word on the street is about 2000 dollars πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ..if true I would imagine about the same in pounds Β£ πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

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