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Got a new "Smart" phone, need tips on how to take these pictures...........please




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Old 04-05-2013, 09:12 PM
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This one's an oddball--17 TK Lee dots spaced at 3 MOA in an 18x Leupold Siebert long eye relief conversion--
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One of my all-time favorie reticles the [3 MOA based) Bushnell Ballistic Reticle--predecessor to the screwball DOA reticle--
I like that... they should have kept that one.


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This is my first try at this so...............




This is my own 100 yd range




New 93R17BTV with new Weaver V24 varmiter reticle. And no the scope isn't touching the barrel,got about 3/64".....just right!!




Weaver V24 at 24x at 100 yds




This was about 18x




I think this was at 6x




This is a Savage BRJ .17HMR that I got a year ago has a new Mueller 8x32x44 target dot.




Mueller at 8.5x




Mueller at 32x I think the reticle is thick because I tried to zoom the camera it is really a lot thinner than that but I am not sure




All pictures were at 100 yds

Thanks for looking and maybe I do better next time.

I just know now not to zoom the camera,that just zooms the reticle and makes it look thicker.

Oh......The Weaver is quite a nice scope and functions,finish,nice fine reticle.....just looks good.

The Mueller is just as nice but is a lot bigger



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Very nice Jeff!

Just a little off center and a little fore or aft of the optimum eye relief on a couple of your pics through the Weaver, but you're getting the hang of it.

I removed those extra [IMG] tags for you. The code that you have already has [IMG] tags and doesn't require you to use the "Insert Image" button and you can just paste it directly to your post. Anyway, that's where the extra [IMG] tags came from on each side of your pics.

By the way... nice rifles and a nice range.
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Nice set up Jeff and thanks for sharing.

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Man this is a lot harder than it looks with an auto focus point and shoot. Here is my Sightron 8-32X56 MOA-2 reticle. tree is about 50 yards away

8X



16X



24X



32X


the 32X looks a lot worse in the camera than the eye. I think it is not getting the camera square with the lens surface

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Those look nice... especially the one at 16x.

It can be tricky and sometimes and I try to use the buttstock to steady hand, but it still often takes several shots before I get a good one just from moving too much.

By the way... I like that reticle.
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The Burris 3P#4 otherwise know as the German #4 in their Mini 4x20mm at around 50 yards.


Leupold's Post & Duplex which is basically a heavy Duplex missing the top post like the G#4. This is in a Leupold 3x20mm at around 50 yards.


Leupold German #4 in their 2.5x20mm also at around 50 yards...

well that's what they currently calling this reticle, but it's really a German #4e as there used to be three types which are explained a little more in my thread "Post reticles and variations of the German #4 that Premier Reticles used to offer" which can be found in the "Parallax and Other Info" section >here<.






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First ever attempt way back when. 3.5-10x50 Leo VX-III illum on a Rem 700 25-06. I wasn't concerned at the time with illum as I couldn't even see the x-hairs in the camera. Suffice to say my Leos dim down to almost nothing in the pitch blackest of nights with no washout of target animals.
3.5x @ 13 paces





S'all I got JEE until I get the hang of the new camera.
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Thanks Al!... I like that one!... beautiful rifle too!




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Thanks for posting hookembevo!

Nice looking rig and peek through the scope!


Here's a look at the Clearidge Duplex/dot reticle (much like Weaver's Varminter reticle) from their XP 4.5-14x at 100 yards on 14x.


I had it on my CZ 452 Varmint in .17 hmr...

...but I've since moved it to one of my Savage MKII's.


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Another Post & Crosshair... or should I say Picket-post & Crosshair since this post is much like a German #1. This is in an Universal 4x that I put on one of my nephews rifles... approx 50 yards.


I'm reaching the bottom of barrel in my archives.


Please keep 'em coming in you can!
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Leupold German #1 on a 3x9 efr
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