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Old 09-11-2019, 06:26 PM
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Even with the bad eye I was able to squeeze this out of the JSR. These spots were shot at 25 yards using Eley SSHP's. The one on the left with two holes in it is my bad. I had torqued the rifle in the bipod and did not let it reset itself..... The second shot as you can see went where it was supposed to go. The scope I chose is a Weaver Classic Extreme 4-16x50 with a Illuminated dot in the crosshairs reticle. The scope is a bit large for what I wanted but for now it works well. I am going to shop around for a more compact scope but that will be after the Dr's bill for the added cost of the better lens cataract surgery.

While out for a "drive" today as wife felt house bound, I found what I think is a classic 57 in 17 HMR.... just looked but it was very interesting.

I did figure out how to work on the trigger from my other post. It helps to read the owners manual.... LOL
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Looks good! Now back it out to 50! The more you shoot it the better you will get.
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Jackson squirrels are shooters! And it looks like you squeezed the trigger just right!
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Old 09-11-2019, 11:16 PM
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Looks good! Now back it out to 50! The more you shoot it the better you will get.
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50 is likely as far as I will go with this rifle since I got it as a hunting rifle. Our squirrel woods are pretty thick since we have lots of hickory and oaks and the "rats" are plentiful. I will shoot it further just to see what it can do but most shooting will be between 25 and 40 at the most.

I am not going to do a lot of shooting until I get this eye thing fixed.
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Jackson squirrels are shooters! And it looks like you squeezed the trigger just right!
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Thanks man. And, yes, they are.

Those trigger squeezes just about put me under. My wife kept saying... are you breathing...… LOL
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