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Old 10-26-2019, 09:23 AM
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mine is supposed to be at gun shop wednesday
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Old 10-26-2019, 09:27 AM
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I've had my Crow about two weeks now. It is the Vudoo, 18" barrel in Grayboe sporter stock, 20 MOA rail. It is sporting a Weaver Grand Slam 3x12x42 SF.

I like the magazine better than I though I would.

I am anxiously awaiting the opportunity to buy the reduced capacity magazine that is more flush to the action though.

I've never owned or shot a .22LR suppressor. This rifle may be the one that convinces me to go to the trouble.

Doug, I would have liked that single shot option myself.

I'll have to take a better picture.
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Just curious, how long is the average wait time on these?
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Three to four weeks max from time of order.

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Old 10-26-2019, 10:57 AM
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Another Vudoo owner here. Mine's a Ridgeback with a fluted barrel. I primarily shoot 100-200 yards and the Vudoo doesn't disappoint. It's a shooter for sure. It shows consistency like my Winchester 52's and will shoot Geco Rifle well enough that I use it for my practice ammo. And by well enough I mean average group size around 1.25" for Geco and sub 1" for most Sk/Lapua. POA is very consistent. I've shot many .22's that will tend to wander, but the 52's and Vudoo are very reliable. If you're going to go all in on a .22, this is the one.
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Old 10-26-2019, 12:52 PM
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mine is supposed to be at gun shop wednesday

Aww that's worse than Christmas! Good luck & pic's when you get it!
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My Vudoo is the first rifle I've ever bought sight unseen. I was a little anxious on my way out to the range for the first time. After sighting it in, I shot a 10 round group at 50yrds and was smiling from ear to ear looking at one ragged hole. The hype is real!
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I put a Bix N Andy Sport Tac on mine and here was the first five shots out of the rifle in the new configuration.



Before the trigger swap the rifle looked like this:

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Old 10-26-2019, 04:17 PM
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Man that bna looks great on that gun,
i have one comring on mine. I dont know the model but its 2 stage, 1 oz n 2 oz, fot 3 oz total.
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Flangster did yours shoot like that rite off the bat or did it take a few hundred rounds ?
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A few hundred rounds. I tried several different kinds of ammo and support (F class bipod, bags, etc.).
I did shoot my smallest group ever the first day I had the rifle out, but it would not group consistently for me. Now, it seems like it "wants" to shoot .250's or better.
Buy a brick of Center-X and shoot the thing; that would be what I would do with yours ...

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For comparison's sake, the bottom three strings on the attached are early groups with a lot of Eley Match and one of R50. (Don't pay attention to the top three rows: different rifle.)



I was trying different things: different support points, different holds. It is a nice heavy rifle, but it is still a rimfire, and I had to figure out how to hold it.

Here's a more recent string of targets:

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Three to four weeks max from time of order.

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Dang, you guys are making it harder and harder for me to stay out of the doghouse, cause thatís where Iím heading if I order one of these....
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Thanks man.
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A few hundred rounds. I tried several different kinds of ammo and support (F class bipod, bags, etc.).
I did shoot my smallest group ever the first day I had the rifle out, but it would not group consistently for me. Now, it seems like it "wants" to shoot .250's or better.
Buy a brick of Center-X and shoot the thing; that would be what I would do with yours ...

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For comparison's sake, the bottom three strings on the attached are early groups with a lot of Eley Match and one of R50. (Don't pay attention to the top three rows: different rifle.)



I was trying different things: different support points, different holds. It is a nice heavy rifle, but it is still a rimfire, and I had to figure out how to hold it.

Here's a more recent string of targets:

did you have much trouble with drooling on yourself after that last target!!
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I put a Bix N Andy Sport Tac on mine and here was the first five shots out of the rifle in the new configuration.



Before the trigger swap the rifle looked like this:

OK, Ben, now you can sell all your other rifles! (Well, maybe except for that Anschutz and Cooper.)

Seriously, that is some great shooting! Hope mine is that good.

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