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Been waiting for a decent day with low humidity and no high wind
Got the .300WM zero confirmation with the new stock and cheek riser, that could be worked down a tiny bit more. But I didn't have to struggle to get a good sight picture.
And got the scope basically dialed in.probably taking it down no more than 1/8"more at the most will do.
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Then I worked with the Glock 26 and the MAG,-98 Testing some Federal JHP
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Did some brief shooting at 25 Feet this 115gr stuff. Not bad for the cost and it reminds me of the REM/UMC 115gr JHP.
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And next more of the Blazer Brass
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Now out of the MAG-98
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Feel your joy, heading to the range in about 2 hours!
 
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Nice! No rifle range today, but weekly 3-D archery competition tonight. took second place last week (got my entry fee back plus $5) - this was in spite of having 4 arrows that I desperately wanted back! What's worse, is they weren't even on the tough shots...oh well, that's why we train / practice - get rid of the bad shots.
 

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Oh forgot to add that I ripped a total of 45 rds through the modified M9 magazines in the MAG-98 and they worked fine. Those will get Parkerized the next time I fire up the tank for that sort of stuff.


And to add I'm going picture heavy to show somebody, if he ever returns, how easy it is to post photos.馃槇
 

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I had so much fun this morning that I looked around and found an excuse to go back tomorrow!
 
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Gotta make a few corrections or whatever first photo was 4 shots. Dialed in with 2 in that last hole in the Shoot n C target.

Addition just an hour ago worked the cheek piece down further close to 1/16" lower now.

Random comment. That 2 stage trigger is the shnitz once you get used to it. I ought to remember the weight but that critter breaks L-I-G-H-T! and I'm generally used to 2-1/2 triggers on bolt action rifles. At least the ones meant to be fired benches or prone.
It might be a little lighter or just the mechanics of the design doing it.
 
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