So your saying no matter what rings you use your scope is going to moveHi,
There is a way to mount your scope into a set of rings as to where the scope cannot physically move in the ring; no matter what kind of recoil you have.
Multiple ring sets are back from the early 2000s time-frame of the ELR world, not the modern time-frame.
I designed it to mount a rangefinder/laser. Both things fairly large and heavy.Well, I like that better than having a rail on a single ring cap.
However, I've never used or needed a rail on my rings. I'm not interested in NV, or red dots, and can't think of any other use?
Don't ever shoot the old brass rounds through your barrel or you'll have a sub 100 barrel life. (They are way too hard).I likely won't be shooting it often as I heard mixed things about the .408 round.
Thanks for the heads up I heard about that before and it's one of the main things that has me worried. My Windrunner is reported to have about 80 rounds through and and it's an early one. So I'm hoping the barrel is not blown out. If only good ammo was ran through it what can I expect for a bbl life?Don't ever shoot the old brass rounds through your barrel or you'll have a sub 100 barrel life. (They are way too hard).
If this is a used one and you find that your accuracy is like minute of mountain, that's what happened.
Vigilance rifles can do repairs / parts on the rifle if you need.
Interesting, thanks again for the info! Always love learning old tidbits like that. I wondered whatever happened to that rifle and the prototype M200 I posted. I wonder if they will ever pop up one day as they sure are collectors items now. Would be neat just seeing HD photos since most of the old ones are so small. I'm going to try and match the paint of the recent one I posted when my builds all done.Hi,
The last picture you posted was back before ring mounted phone holders and data card holders were popular. That exact picture was setup to test how well the ABC could be utilized while actually mounted to the rifle itself. The center of the ABC screen pretty much was perfectly centered with the scope turrets.
I'm not sure on that as I sold mine shortly after the barrel was replaced (Back before EDM closed it's doors).If only good ammo was ran through it what can I expect for a bbl life?