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Well, I decided on a 223, got the SPS tactical.

 

Here it is ...

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Seems to shoot the crappy Wolf around an inch, but having trouble getting it zeroed with the Nikko on there. Time to invest in a new scope methinks. The Leupold rings are 30mm though, so my scope choices shrink somewhat...

 

2 rabbits with it thus far, doubtless more to come. Weight is fine though perhaps a bit heavier than I'd have liked in an ideal world.

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Does this count as a firearm?

 

Oxy-Acetlyene Powered Spud Gun

 

Spud Gun Chambered to : 1.556in (Golf Ball)

 

Barrel Length: 30 inches

 

Barrel Twist : N/A

 

Chamber Volume: 294.4 cu. in

 

Ignition: Barbecue Sparker

 

Still Requires A Paint Up Not Sure What Though!!

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Well, I decided on a 223, got the SPS tactical.

 

Here it is ...

post-15485-1215907817_thumb.jpg

 

Seems to shoot the crappy Wolf around an inch, but having trouble getting it zeroed with the Nikko on there. Time to invest in a new scope methinks. The Leupold rings are 30mm though, so my scope choices shrink somewhat...

 

2 rabbits with it thus far, doubtless more to come. Weight is fine though perhaps a bit heavier than I'd have liked in an ideal world.

 

 

very nice and loads of stuff you can add if you wanted :gunsmilie:

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my everyday main rifle:

steyr pro hunter mountain in .308win with a meopta 3-12x56 scope:

 

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my "self pimped" boar rifle:

it used to be an old guardia civil FR8 mauser, I added a butler creek stock, weaver base and a burris fastfire red-dot sight.

 

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shoots quite well for an old military rifle with a red dot as you can see on the cardboard thingy behind the rifle (4shots on 100meters)

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and while I'm at it, not a rifle though, my crowbuster:

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remington 870, 12/3"

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from the top to the bottom, savage 17hmr/8-32x44, browning a-bolt .308/3-9x40, mcmillan .308/3-10x50 and a marlin 30-30/4-12x44

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Here's my little CZ American in 22LR. It has a cheap but effective Hawke Nite-Eye 3.5-10x50 scope, Harris 9-13" swivel, SAK mod and Allen sling. It also benifits from a Brooke's trigger kit.

 

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here is my little rifle. it's a .22lr CZ silhouette with a 16" barrel, a sak mod and a harris bipod.

 

it's got a cheap and cheerful hawke sport-hd 3-9x40 scope with a MAP6 reticle. it only cost £50 and it does everything i could ask of it out to about 153yrs (my personal best rabbit shot).

 

there is a software program that tells you what aim points to use at what distances under different magnifacations for the reticle and it actually works spot on.

 

my set-up may not be much but it gets the job done and i love it. :gunsmilie:

 

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Its a Steyr mannlicher pro hunter mkll in .243 with leupold vxll 3-9x50 scope,butler creek scope covers,t8 mod and a 9"-13" harris bi pod.DSCF0528.jpg

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cz 452 .17 hmr varmint,16" barrel,8x50 nikko sterling gold crown scope,had a P/H moderator but changed it to sak.

 

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remi seven....1-14 twist,border barreled,timny trigger,glass bedded,t8 mod in 22-250

tika t3 in 223 ..1-12 twist,shrouded pes husher moderator,4x12x56 banner

buckmark semi auto.in .22 shortened barrel,sak moderator

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