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Put the photon XT 4,6x42s on the ultra single shot 22

which means Ethan will have to use the hw100 its about time he did lol

iv not put the shims in yet Si ill do that once i hit the farm for testing

fitted it with a t20 ir to witch i fitted the t20 ir onto an adjustable lamp mount ,,high,,low,,left ,,right

the ultra is fitted with a A,M MARKSMAN MOD ,,,POD,,,BIS ADJUSTABLE BUTT PAD .

It looks the DOGS B*LLOCKS lol

This little rifle is as deadly and as accurate as the hw100s HC

i have a t50 and i think i have an ir pill for it some where now the t20 is more than enough for the capabilities of an air rifle

but the t50 will let me see a lot further and the difference in size is  massive lol

but it ways not much more , its a lot littler than a t60 any way

atvbjimmy:thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:

 

 

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Wish the heart was still ther for posts like this. 

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I am looking into the whole NV set up for my rimfire and had some really good suggestions but one thing I would like to know is this, is the Yukon any good at all in daylight although it may not be important as I am toying with having the .22 rimfire for night use only. Just curious.

 

If you do your usual Jimmy and sell it, just let me know as I would love to try it.

 

Phil

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That actually looks very well proportioned mate.

NV units sometimes look tool big on ultras but that looks well.

Cannot wait for the write up.

 

Ps the cill needs painting lol

 

DJ

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looks a nice set up that jimmy!

if I was you id set it up at home, its best to get it in the right ball park first then adjust it to your yardage zero when you get to the perm...

just give me a nod if you need out:thumbs:

 

atb si 

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well i had a little play with the ultra and the photon last night

only 18yrds but just needed to see how it works as this one is different to the old one i had

still dont know how all the controls work lol

but im getting there with it ,

and there are no shims in it yet but i may need to fit them when i zero out to 30,,,,40yrds

atvbjimmy:thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:

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As long as your not near 20 on your y (up and down) you should get the elevation no problem at 35 yards it will only be a cople if clicks Jimmy groupig looks fine

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9 minutes ago, pav said:

As long as your not near 20 on your y (up and down) you should get the elevation no problem at 35 yards it will only be a cople if clicks Jimmy groupig looks fine

Cheers Allan

every thing looks good when only out to 18yrds

its when i set every things at 30,,40yrds it go,s wrong bud lol

and i need to move the scope back to day as its to far forward for me my fecking neck was killing me last night i even took the rubber eye piece off lol

but should have it sorted tonight fingers crossed

atvbjimmy:thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:

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On 11/12/2017 at 10:10, philpot said:

I am looking into the whole NV set up for my rimfire and had some really good suggestions but one thing I would like to know is this, is the Yukon any good at all in daylight although it may not be important as I am toying with having the .22 rimfire for night use only. Just curious.

 

If you do your usual Jimmy and sell it, just let me know as I would love to try it.

 

Phil

Theyre pure pooh in daylight Phil,got 1 on my BSA CF2 and finer at night but in daylight with that silly disc on not much cop at all atb

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Jimmy, I haven't need to shim mine. It took a bit of zeroing in though.

I am only shooting at 20 yards though. 

I keep looking at the adjustable mounts but 'how much!' runs through my head.  I will spend a lot of effort on bodges before I shell out on those.

 

 

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I found it better to mount the T20 on the top of the photon clive ward does a figure of 8 clamp that's ok . When I was zeroing at 50 yds I was shimming the rear mount you may be ok on your zero distance .

Philpot for what your looking for the 6.5 is the one for your requirements .

Cheers 

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