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Friend of mine got an D-143. Great stuff, except he plans to use it on 30.06 rufle. He will probably fire not more than 20 bulets per year. Any problems to expect, due to mid-heavy recoil? Thanks and regards, MK

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Only one,,,,this rifle will bust his scope up! and is its only a gen1 whats the point of it? you can only see 50yds! unless he add a biger ir lamp

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