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Just make sure that whatever you buy has enough elevation adjustment range to reach your chosen max distance without forfeiting a sensible zero distance.

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I did look at the element optic helix.

The video did make it sound very good regarding the tracking of the turrets and a fair bit cheaper than the sightron..

It also had a zero stop unlike the sightron..

I have made my own zero stop on my sightrons..

Simple but not aesthetically perfect.. does the job thought..

It goes 1 click below my zero.

I am a fan of the sightrons I have.

 

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SWFA 10x42mm ....... Very fine ret with floating dot and 140 plus MOA  with another 42 MOA of holdover ............ 22LR's with subs eat MOA like you can't Imagine !

It all depends on what you call long range i guess

OSOK

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Yep ive got one, 

very nice bit of kit, the stock is great, and the rifle feels very nice to use, 

only one issue due to the scope rail not being a proper picatinny  rail one has to use separate rings, mono mount wont fit! 

hence my tier one unimount sitting in cupboard,  

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Couldn’t really say tbh,

Used it at 100 on a McQueens 200 target, which has a V about 2inches I guess? 
only used Eley Sport , the gun held the V 

Used it at 300 on figure 11’ s full elevation on my NF and 2/3rds down the ladder!

I’m sure a quicker round would do better!

great trigger, and proper bolt release, 

the package works well, 

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Not sure if it was as Good as an 1 inch

but yeah it was there or there about,

im sure a good shooter would do very well with the gun,

this was on Hythe mid November breezy but not a gale, 

I’m a pleasure shooter and now using 22’s and my pistol calibre rifles a lot more , just pure economics , they are way cheaper to shoot!

 

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23 hours ago, newsatten said:

Yep ive got one, 

very nice bit of kit, the stock is great, and the rifle feels very nice to use, 

only one issue due to the scope rail not being a proper picatinny  rail one has to use separate rings, mono mount wont fit! 

hence my tier one unimount sitting in cupboard,  

I guess you could change the CZ rail for aN Area 419 one. And they look very nice.

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Yeah I guess it wouldn’t be a problem 

apart from obviously the factory rail is part of the reason for buying this model 

so one has to lay out more cash !

The factory one is nice , dovetailed and located by locking screws that fit into dimples in the top rail,

as I’ve said it’s all very nicely done 

and at around 1 k it would be difficult to replicate using after market parts 

 

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Out plinking again.

Set up for 200yds..

First shot hit the bulldog clip holding the target on the road pin..

Quick alternative I used the bulldog clip to hold the target on the hardox..

Bullet splash wrecks the target but you can see the 5 holes.

Again used the 25 moa in the reticle..

A shade high this time..

Trying to shoot strait into the wind..

The hardox shows the hits better

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