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Old 04-08-2005, 09:40 AM
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I checked but couldn't find the boxes to tell you exactly what I had on the B-Square rings and bases.

Never heard of the Greff ammo. With the current lot I have of Wolf ME I have, the BRNO's average is under 1" at 100yds. Using the MultiMatch, I was finally able to break the 1/2" at 100yds barrier with a .22lr for 5 shots. I never have shot it off of a real bench/bench rest, just sandbags off the hood of my truck. Hopefully, someday I can try the real thing. When I got the BRNO #4, I had more fun shooting than I had since I got my first Daisy BB gun on my 7th birthday. BTW, it wears a 2oz. trigger.

Those Tasco CS scopes are really nice for the $. I bought mine for about $200 from a gentleman here on RFC a year or two ago.

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My Tasco CS focuses down to 15yards or so, not that it needs to, but it is nice to know it can be used on a PCP air rifle, also.

BTW, I seldom shoot off sand bags or rifle rests.

Even @ 150m+, all my shooting is offhand and my target @ 100m+ is a block of ice weighing one pound (half-a-kilo, or 500grams), which has a bright-colored (fluorescent) PostIt sticker as it sticks neatly to dry ice, fair and square.

After a hit (and the ice is smashed), I recover the piece of paper and look for a hole or two, depending whether the first shot was in the middle or in one corner. A direct hit in the center of mass, at that distance, opens a clean hole rather than breaking the bock. So, second hits are possible, until it get smashed or melts away Very challenging and I keep those PostIt squares for future evaluation (and bragging )...

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