YEEHA ZEROED IN BOYS, Ready to go friday. I'm going nutz counting down the days. I finally got my scope hitting nice 1/2in groups right above the bully. 8 shots almost on top of eachother at about 100yrds maybe 90 cause the pit ends but I think shes ready. I can always make adjustsments off that when Im in the field, atleast I know I'm good to 100.
I love the scope, and I know what you mean saskie this was the last one the guy had in the 6-18x50. He had tonnes of 3-9x40 and 3-9x50's but I wanted this particular scope.I had tryed one out last year and thought it was amazing and the DD feature allowed ample light for the conditions I get stuck sometimes hunting in. If I met someone and they asked me how the scope was I would just let them try mine and they could tell me.
Have used Bushnell Banner Scopes for years and have not had a bad one yet, have 2 Dusk to Dawn, one 3x9x56mm and a 6x24x50mm and both work great. have one on a 270 and the other on a 243, they get the job done at a reasonable price.
Folks,This is gonna be a gross read - but it is worth it...Tony makes and uses this to great success... just look at the photo album I have posted here to see how well it works... let me say this, also - all of Tony's photos come from 2 small 250 acre tracts... you do not have to have 5000 acres to make this work.First - the gross part.. the recipe:In a gallon container, combine 2 finely pureed apples (complete apple), a cup of plain non scented ammonia and fill the container the rest of the...