Kevin from the north central part of Illinois
correct, there is a weight the fits into the stock. I’m just wondering if anyone had tried it
I’ve been having the same quandary. I just purchased a Kelty tactical ruck for my Jeep. Ive loaded/unloaded, arranged/ rearranged, and changed out components. Im trying to keep the 10 C’s in mind but am struggling with kit options. I currently have the ruck loaded for winter spring but looking to adjust for summer. I’ll be watching for input. Thanks!!
I have one made by SOL, but looking for something more substantial.
I have a military issue poncho but, im not a fan. It would work in an absolute emergency.
On Amazon, it is listed as a 3 m x 3m tarp, but not a hammock. Its made by DD hammock…
I would consider where you live and what realistic situation you may encounter. For me, i would go with weapons that you can find ammo at Walmart or a similar store (except pistol ammo). I personally like a good semi-automatic shotgun, a reliable pistol, and a well made easy to use and maintain rifle.
Completely shot from a good rest, open sights. So, very little human error. Im gonna try the 168 grain to see if there is a difference.
that was the group that i shot with the 150 grain. the 178’s were about 3″ group. It just seemed strange thats all.
Turns out, it is a shooter head space problem, who knew, lol.
I thank-you for your response, i ended up call leupold tech support and he talked me through the procedure. Apparently, on this model of scope, you take the elevation knob and adjust the elevation using a small wrench. At the point you have 52 clicks of elevation to work with. Once the scope is zeroed, the knob is set to zero and you are set. I will post this weekend when i try it out.