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What made you change twist rate? Was it a new option to try or just the way it was given to you?
I had a scout 640. It was useless for coyotes
Look at Bering Optics Hogster-r
What did you get?
Look at Bering Optics Hogster-r. Very light, good picture, reasonably priced, and you can use it without the reticle.
What's your budget?
50 yard zero should be close to zero at 200ish and dropping from there...
I've been amazed with it. My primary thermal is an IR Hunter. While it's not as good as the Trijicon, the Hogster can hold it's own. I think the...
No conflict. Just removed it to get a better picture.
I had a buddy make a throw lever for my hogster-r. It makes adjusting focus a lot easier, especially when you're wearing gloves.
My first can was a Griffin Optimus. I didn't want to have different mounts, so I stuck with the taper mount. Griffin sells an adapter for my Omega...
Omega 300. Very light and reasonably short
I've shot many critters by throwing open the window and popping them. I've never noticed a huge difference in picture.
I'm getting everything together to build a 6mm creedmoor on a DPMS gen2 platform. My plan is to shoot lighter bullets (55-75 grain). I have no...
These work just fine with the UNV set up.
I read that it's being built and serviced in the United states. Is this true?
Has anyone messed with them? I don't see them on hueyoutdoors. Are they any good?
My experience with Trijicon...
Turn it on and nuc it. Leave it on until I'm done hunting for the night. I'll typically nuc it a few times the...
Another thing, you stated you want as clear of an image as possible. With that in mind, you're really limited to Trijicon and Nvision. I don't...
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