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  2. Knee deep snow? Yuck!
  3. That's a great-looking rifle. Is this for a competition league? Like steel silhouettes?
  4. GNAP20

    Savage B22 FV-SR

    Two days after I got the Christensen Arms Ranger 22, I got a call from my LGS and went and picked up my new Savage B22 FV-SR. A 22LR bolt action rifle, with a composite stock and a short 16.25” bull barrel. Again I set this up for the 50/100 ft indoor/outdoor league, with iron sights.
  5. Recently I bought a Christensen Arms Ranger 22, a 22LR bolt action rifle with a carbon fiber stock and carbon fiber wrapped barrel. I have it set up with iron sights as I shoot in a 50/100 ft indoor/outdoor league. Reading all of the info on the web about issues with the rifle, my has been perfect. The bolt was stiff in the beginning, the more I shoot the smoother it is getting, the bolt does need to be run with a firm hand and some vigor. I’m very happy with it. The league required ammo is CCI HP mini-mags. We shoot these distances, so we can shoot all winter long, indoors, at my age trudging through knee deep snow to shoot, is not high on my list.
  6. Since it's a tap and see method, you'll need to keep zero'ing and tapping until you get it on point.
  7. Madhouse

    Howdy

    Welcome sir.
  8. My new 10/22 hits 2-1/2 inches to the left at 50 yds. The instruction manual says to" tap the sight base in the direction you wish to move the point of bullet impact". But it doesn't say how much to move the sight base. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
  9. 002Andres

    Howdy

    Hi there! New here from NJ
  10. Mine is completely stock. Are you asking because you have an issue, or just curious whether to get one?
  11. Does any have a rare breed trigger in their S&W M&P 15-22. If so are ypu having any problem with it firing
  12. Agreed, seems to me to be a largely inferior line of products.
  13. The only thing about them I don't like is the safety.
  14. Some people have difficulty with the process of taking these apart and reassembly. First off you don't need to do this after every shooting session. Doing this way too often is not good for the frame to upper fit. Just remove the grips and blast it with spray carb cleaner. That removes most everything that can cause a problem. No need to go through the entire process all the time. Even if you shoot a lot once a year will be enough.
  15. I have never seen a good promag of any sort
  16. These are not known for match grade accurate. Too much flex in the receivers. But they normally shoot much better than that.
  17. Hi William, I think you actually have a couple of options here. EGW makes this mount, if you have the Walther slide -- https://www.egwguns.com/vortex-viper-venom-colt-1911-22-rail-gun-walther-slide-22-sight-mount-fits-burris-fastfire-and-docter And MSP has this model -- https://www.mountsplus.com/1911-red-dot-mounts.html
  18. I own a Colt/Walther Rail Gun and would very much like to shoot it in our informal competition club in Vincennes, IN. My problem is I am unable to use the standard iron sights that came with the gun (old eyes). I would like to put a reflex sight on it, and was wondering what I need to mount a reflex sight on it.
  19. Welcome sir. You'll likely see a few common friends from 308 over here as well.
  20. I have been a long time member of the 308AR site. Like most normal people, I have a variety of things to amuse myself.
  21. Man, I'm starting to think the 'rona got everyone. Nah, j/k. But it has been dreadfully slow here.
  22. Any chance you are still making selling these bad boys?
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