Scopes and Other Optics
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When I got home and took the 6mm out of the case after the Antelope hunt , my scope almost fell off in my hands???
No Idea what the heck happened
WOW less then 10 days to deer/elk season.
I did some scrambling in our "Parts box " And found a fix. As you remember the scope base holes are drilled way off center of the bore. I am using windage rings and some caritive base mounts to make it shoot right.
What I found was some Burris mounts with inserts for windage .30 I do believe, Anyway got it on and had to wait for some dry weather.
Got a brake , well the mud dried up a little.
The wind is about 30mph now and was around 20 when I went out this morning.
I used a dowel to line the scope to the barrel then a stick on bore slighter to get in the ball park, I also looked down the bore and aligned the cross hairs that way some too...
All said I was close.
I put a target out at 100 yards , it would blow away if I went any farther out.
I was sitting on my coyote belt pad with the Bipods on leaned up against a fence post with my elbow propped up with my knee.
Fairly steady for the wind. The wind was almost in to my face but a little to the left cross, as good as I could hope for in a hurricane.
( not quite but a lot of wind to be sighting in )
I was JUST off the paper to the left and 5" high with the first two shots. A total of 6 shots had me almost where I wanted to be.
With not being able to get paper out at 200 yards I was "shooting" for an inch and one half high at 100, with my 80 gr 6mm tts Barnes at 3600 fps, That should put me someplace from dead on to 1/2 high at 200 yards.
One last adjustment and I was there.
I put 2 almost in the same hole, one more click...
I put two side by side and called it good , till I can get it on 200 and 400 yards, but if I can't before deer season I think I'll be OK .?.?.?
Hold my beer and watch this!
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