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Old 06-11-2013, 12:18 AM
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In the above post #32 how is the eye relief on the scope as pictured? Can you hold your cheek in a normal good stock weld position and get good eye relief without having to slide your head back and forth? Is there a part number on the generation 6 Bug Buster that is different than the previous generations. I wish I would have purchased one of those to begin with as that pic looks good.
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For me, my stance, and cheek weld the eye relief is good/clear without having to move around. When my wife shoots the rifle she has to play around a bit to get a good picture... Her face is a bit skinnier than mine. Similar with my daughter. Currently sitting at work but will measure the distance between my eye and scope when I get home tonight.

I have no clue in reference to the various generations of the scope. If it helps the exact model number for mine is: SCP-M392AOLWQ
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Old 06-11-2013, 09:53 AM
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After following this thread I ordered the Bug Buster. I believe it will not only work great on my TD but also on a .223 rifle. Thank you.
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Too many personal harrasments.

And so this thread is closed.

Edit: I have re-opened it at the request of an interested member.
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Old 06-19-2013, 05:31 PM
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After following this thread I ordered the Bug Buster. I believe it will not only work great on my TD but also on a .223 rifle. Thank you.
Let us now see how it works out.

And read the QD ring instructions. Leapers give you a little Allen wrench just for them in case they need initial adjustment.

One of my rings needed an initial adjustment and has been perfect since.

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Old 06-24-2013, 05:54 PM
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I have this exact same setup - Bug Buster scope and UTG rail. It is nice and clear, and has held zero just fine through multiple scope removals. The only issue I've had was I inadvertently left the illumination on once and ran down the battery. No big deal though, a spare battery came with the scope.

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The rail is the one I mention in an above post. Simple UTG 10/22 Picatinny rail.
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Old 06-25-2013, 03:14 PM
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Here's mine with a Nikon 3-940 target efr. Qd rings and a low see thru base so as to use the irons![IMG][/IMG]
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