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    davederrick is offline With our thoughts, we make the world
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    Seems like a lot of work to cycle it, really screws your shooting position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davederrick View Post
    Seems like a lot of work to cycle it, really screws your shooting position.
    It sure does. Problem is im right handed, but shoot left handed due to dominant eye and the cocking handle is the early triangle type not the the two finger slotted one, if my left hand was the same strength it would be no problem. Not going to put a side cocking thingy on it as I want to keep it pure. It is what it is , thanks for watching

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    Pure is best IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by davederrick View Post
    Pure is best IMHO
    Will mostly shoot this out 300- 600, may push 800 if I'm brave, normally share a target so I will have some time in between shots to sort myself out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qru8hOeOV4U

    Here it is at 100 yards. Accurate (with the right shooter, not me !!)
    Not too shabby, I reckon you'll be able to tighten that up a little with practice. Pulled this off at 100 yds with my Bushmaster M4A3.
    http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o...tin/100tgt.jpg
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    O that is good !

    Well done mate

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    What you need is a nice mint Colt 3x20 carry handle scope to go on there

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    That would really set it off nicely!
    Not camp, Gary just wishes I were!

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    申し訳ありません - この画像は表示できません。

    Any chance of putting it up on a different photo site?

    I'd love to see it.

    tac
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    Quote Originally Posted by tacfoley View Post
    申し訳ありません - この画像は表示できません。

    Any chance of putting it up on a different photo site?

    I'd love to see it.

    tac

    Sorry not sure what happened there...

    http://pichost.biz/viewer.php?id=viu1501334791d.JPG

    http://pichost.biz/viewer.php?id=opt1501334791s.JPG
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    Looks amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag View Post
    Thanks for that. A proper gun, I'm thinking. Apart from the odd colour, that is.

    Enjoy in good health!

    tac
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