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Seaham rifle range 14 Feb 2014 21:17 #1


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Any one going to the Seaham range Saturday, if the weathers ok, think I will go up and shoot in / sight in my rifle and try some different round as well should be fun B)
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Seaham rifle range 14 Feb 2014 21:27 #2


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Not I.
Have to work 7 to 12. After doing 50 hours already this week plus 10 hours travelling to and from. However I then will be
shooting 50m pistol in Club Championships.
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Seaham rifle range 14 Feb 2014 22:09 #3


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I'll be heading out tomorrow. My wife just got her licence today so she'll be coming too :)
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Seaham rifle range 14 Feb 2014 22:13 #4


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Will keep an eye open then :lol:
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Seaham rifle range 14 Feb 2014 22:44 #5


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I'd planned on trying out my reloads but a family situation has come up. I'll definitely be there next weekend though.
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Seaham rifle range 14 Feb 2014 23:43 #6


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roy cobb wrote:
Will keep an eye open then :lol:
Haha I'll be there with my sightron topped tikka varmint and she'll have the savage 22lr out I think, possibly the lever action if she's game. Feel free to say hi.
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Seaham rifle range 15 Feb 2014 06:44 #7


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Adrian-XI wrote:
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Will keep an eye open then :lol:
Haha I'll be there with my sightron topped tikka varmint and she'll have the savage 22lr out I think, possibly the lever action if she's game. Feel free to say hi.
What model Sightron and what do you think of it
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Seaham rifle range 15 Feb 2014 13:21 #8


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It's the SIII 6-24x50 LRMOA. I'm really liking it so far and have had no problems with it so far, but I can't really give a definitive "sightron beats ******* brand" as I don't really have any experience with other scopes.

I didn't see you at the range mate, maybe next time if I'm there with it you can put a few rounds down range to get a feel for it.
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Seaham rifle range 15 Feb 2014 21:32 #9


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Hi Adrian XI with the weather like it was I did not end up going spent the day in the shed casting some projectiles for a long range black powder shoot next weekend. Let me know the next time you are looking to go to the range. How did your wife go :P
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Seaham rifle range 15 Feb 2014 23:26 #10


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Ah, no worries Roy.

The wife haha yeah she did alright, can only improve with time I guess. She much preferred the .22 to the .223, now claiming the savage as her own!
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Seaham rifle range 01 Mar 2014 08:40 #11


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Anyone off to Seaham today?

Heading down about 10am to re-zero my 308 with the new scope.

Might as well make a day of it, nothing else to do with this rain hanging around!

Mick.
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Seaham rifle range 01 Mar 2014 09:33 #12


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Hi Mick What scope (Vortex????) :)
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Seaham rifle range 01 Mar 2014 09:33 #13


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I'll be down there soon to do some more load development with the 223.
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Seaham rifle range 01 Mar 2014 09:41 #14


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Don't think I will have time today but w ill be doing my best to get there next week for load development for my 223 :(
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Seaham rifle range 01 Mar 2014 20:57 #15


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roy cobb wrote:
Hi Mick What scope (Vortex????) :)

Yeah mate,
Got it replaced with the newer version.
Actually looks like a $1K scope should now!

Much more happy with it.

Mick.
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Seaham rifle range 01 Mar 2014 21:06 #16


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Good to hear how's it look out past 20X better than the last one I hope Did you have any trouble getting it replaced
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No mate.
The warranty & service from Extravision (the Importer) is impressive.
Initially it went back for testing.
They didn't even bother with the testing.
It was a brand spanker coming my way ASAP.

Mick.
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Seaham rifle range 14 Mar 2014 19:50 #18


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Any one off to Seaham this weekend :P
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I think I'll go, finally try out my reloads.
Come say hello, I'll be the huge guy with a beard and shooting this.
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Seaham rifle range 14 Mar 2014 20:04 #20


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Will do, all going well I will be doing some load development as well :facepalm:
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