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Re: buy riflescope!!!! Which one????
Robert, I have the Simmons 6-21x44 MilDot # 511056 scope on my Savage model 10FCP Law Enforcement issue rifle. I think you should check it out. It has 90 MOA internal adjustment and you could get you something like a 15 MOA or 20 MOA tactical rail and push your adjustments out to 1000 meters!!!
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The 55-250 has an image stabilizer which is a big help in just about anyone's book when shooting hand held. However the 70-200 f4 L without IS is a better lens but may not be long enough some of the time but it can be used with a 1.4 Teleconverter. Budget may dictate which is the better fit for you but whenever possible go for the best lens you can afford in the range you want covered.
It sounds good to me, don't forget, the 25-06 is a flat shooting round, you have your scope pointing up, the bullet crosses the line of sight twice, One at 100 yrds, your zero and the other on it's way down at about 500 yards. You can check the ballistic coefficient of that bullet and see where you need to be zeroing it in at. I would think about 250 yards, will be 1 1/2 low at 100 yards, 3/4 inches low at 200 yards, dead on at 250, then it will start coming down, say 8 inches low at 400 and 18 inches low at 500. Something like that. So your BDC will not be needed till you reach out past 300 yards, which is varmint country stuff. I have my .22 marlin sighted in at 100 yards, and it will put the lights out on anything at that range. You can probably find the charts on line someplace, if you don't have a reloading manual. Check it out.
That can get expensive, I had the same problem, bought a Bushnell scope and it went everywhere but on the target, couldn't hold it steady, with my win mod 70 in 308 with heavy barrel, I said that's it, I went and bought a Leupold, no problems since. I don't know what was wrong with the Bushnell, just couldn't handle the blast I guess. I put he Bushnell on my bolt action 223 and haven't had a problem with it, but always expect one because of what happened before. I don't remember the model number, but it was a 3x9. Hope this helps.
well a fixed scope will be bang on target at 100yds only but off a bit at 50yds a paralex scope will be bang on target what ever the range is as the paralex puts the range right every time wether its a verible or not so if i were you i would go for the paralex scope
and i also do bench rest shooting, with .22,,,357,,,22/250,,,303...7.62/308,,,
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Would you describe the light as flickering and fading perhaps? Are you using rechargable or Lithium batteries?
Here's an excerpt from a Petzl alert put out a couple of years ago. It may shed some light on your problem.. LED light sources are susceptible to being damaged by the use of
lithium batteries due to the different characteristics of lithium
batteries in discharge. This has meant that some people have had
problems with their headtorches failing when using such batteries...
Petzl have reported this problem and other manufacturers are expected
to follow suit. However this does not affect all head torches... There are problems being reported over the LED lamps in certain
headtorches when used with lithium batteries. Incandescent bulbs will
also suffer a reduced burn-time when used with lithium batteries
although this is less severe. This is because the lithium batteries have a higher output during discharge. The benefits of a lithium battery are the increased burn time,
especially at low temperatures over the traditional alkaline batery. LR6 or AA and LR03 or AAA are the two size of battery litkely to be used in a headlamp. Petzl are one of the few manufacturers to advise on this at the moment. Other manufacturers products will also be affected. The following Petzl headlamps should not be used with lithium batteries:
TIKKA / ZIPKA range: TIKKINA / TIKKA / ZIPKA /
TACTIKKA / TIKKA PLUS / ZIPKA PLUS / TACTIKKA PLUS / TIKKA XP /
TACTIKKA XP / TIKKA XP ATEX / TIKKA XP HAZLOC.