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Your Best Scoped Rifle Photos

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by bushmaster1313, Dec 5, 2012.

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  1. bushmaster1313

    bushmaster1313 Member

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    A good looking scope that matches the look of a favorite rifle will not make it shoot better, but it's fun.

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  2. MCMXI

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    My Talkeetna ...

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    I have almost the same set up now on my Montana with a Conquest 3.5-10x44mm and will take photos this weekend.
     
  3. DM~

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  4. MCMXI

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    DM~, please tell me that's a joke!! :eek:
     
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    I sent him a PM asking him to please tell me it's Photoshopped
     
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    do you guys think it is photoshopped because of how it looks? Double rifle with an expensive scope mounting system and a nice scope is what I am seeing. Am I missing something?
     
  7. DM~

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    When it comes to the scope and mount, you are missing nothing... They must be Handi shooters... lol

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  8. MCMXI

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    I'd love to see a slow motion video of that scope under recoil. How's the eye relief?
     
  9. MistWolf

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    Concerning the double rifle with the scope, that's how the Europeans do things. My bet is it's German

    Here's my scoped rifle
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    Long LOP or is that for a midget?
     
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    My new toy

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    I don`t see anything wrong with mounting a scope like that..........
     
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  13. bushmaster1313

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    Very handsome rigs, but aren't they seated too far back.
     
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    That looks like a very light rifle :D
     
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    My version of a 8x57 Mauser Express rifle!
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    Marlin 30-30 with Marlin scope from Sovereign Instrument Co. Dallas Texas.

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    Nice 2.5 fixed power scope on the 336c Marlin, set up for Norther Minnesota and Wisconsin deer hunting.

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    Not my favorite as I just finished this build.......

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  18. bushmaster1313

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    Very powerful photo.
    I do, however. think it would look even better without the one piece scope base.
     
  19. pikid89

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    My guess is that those scopes are mounted so far back to better facilitate off hand shooting, so that you dont have to turkey neck out like when your scope is set up for prone shooting...not my cup of tea, but i guess whatever works for you
     
  20. daveinohio

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    How about a muzzle loading rifle?
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    CZ 527 with Bushnell scope. Scope is no long on the gun.

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    SA vz-58 556 Tac Model with cheap Chinese scope that broke before it got sighted in.

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    Same rifle successfully sighted in with Barska ElectroScope.
     
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    BUY AMERICAN!

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  23. DM~

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    You really need to get out more... lol lol

    The scope has 3-1/2 to 4 inches of eye relief, (depending on what power it's on) it's in the "proper" place for an average shooter, and works perfectly...

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    LMT Defender2000 lower and LMT 14.5"DI upper w/monolithic rail & Trijicon USMC TA31RCO ImageUploadedByTapatalk1354774449.654101.jpg
     
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