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Merry Christmas to me. Sig Sauer P320 M17 Bravo in 9x19. Came with two 17 and a 21 round magazine. Tritium sights are installed by default, which is a plus for me because I am a sucker for tritium.



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Very nice, but i wouldn't suck tritium ;)



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Got some 40 gr., .223 rounds at a Parking Lot Sale.

Claim 3600+ FPS, going after some varmints that have been bothering me !



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Scrambler82 wrote:
Got some 40 gr., .223 rounds at a Parking Lot Sale.

Claim 3600+ FPS, going after some varmints that have been bothering me !

Got back to this thread but can't EDIT !

Here is a stock Photo of my latest Windham Weaponry - .223, luv the feel of this one.

Added new Sights but haven't sighted in the Rifle, this weekend will be dry and warm one so hoping for the best !

Thinking on a scope, need to keep it around $300.00, any ideas ?

Attachment: Windham Weaponry - R20FSSFTSKVCA WW-15 Varmint Ext AR-15.jpg (Downloaded 144 times)

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I like Leupold though I live almost down the road from them, Vortex seem to make a good equivalent too.



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MDXX, Thx

I will check the Leupold Scopes out, any particular Models that hold up better than others ?

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The ranges are all pretty solidified when you're down at the prices you and i want to spend.  So no, nothing really sticks out.

As it's for your AR, maybe choose the patrol optic instead?
*EDIT never mind, that is about a 600 dollar part.  VX Freedom range is where you'll want to start.



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The ranges are all pretty solidified when you're down at the prices you and i want to spend.  So no, nothing really sticks out.

As it's for your AR, maybe choose the patrol optic instead?
*EDIT never mind, that is about a 600 dollar part.  VX Freedom range is where you'll want to start.

I looked at the VX-3 (?) - 3.5-10, 50mm, not sure of the exact model, I used the desk top, now on the Laptop... !  $500.00, on the high side of my budget and maybe a little too big, thinking going to 40mm, same zoom factor and less expensive.
Thanks for the input, appreciate it.   
I need to sight-in the Iron Sights first then go and check out the scope locally.
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VX3 is fairly fancy, i only have the VX1 and it's replacement the Freedom - VX2 seems to have been partially replaced by the freedom line.

I would consider one of the Freedoms with a 50mm objective.



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OK thanks, I will check them out when I get there.

So many choices, that is exactly why I asked for ideas.

Freedom Series... !

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Scrambler82 wrote:
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Got some 40 gr., .223 rounds at a Parking Lot Sale.

Claim 3600+ FPS, going after some varmints that have been bothering me !

Got back to this thread but can't EDIT !

Here is a stock Photo of my latest Windham Weaponry - .223, luv the feel of this one.

Added new Sights but haven't sighted in the Rifle, this weekend will be dry and warm one so hoping for the best !

Thinking on a scope, need to keep it around $300.00, any ideas ?

If you can stretch your budget a little more, I'd pick up a Leupold Mark AR. I have a 3-9x40mm with the mildot reticle on my target AR. I wouldn't buy ANY other scope for the .223/5.56 cartridge. It's as simple as dialing it on to your desired range and pulling the trigger. No doping. No math. Mine is calibrated for the 55 grain projectile but if you like to shoot heavier projectiles, the Leupold shop can make you any custom turret you need. With the mildot reticle, if you don't know your desired range, then you can quickly and easily use the mildot system to estimate range accurately. Just pick an object of known size (say an average fence post is 5ft or whatever) and see how many mildots that takes up on the reticle. I bought a Mildot Master slide card to go with it and unknown target range is dialed in within seconds. If you're good at estimating range or you use a rangefinder, then the Mark AR will just be adjusted to your known range and you make the shot. Easy peasy. Mine is stupid accurate.



http://www.mildot.com/

https://www.leupold.com/scopes/rifle-scopes/mark-ar-mod-1-3-9x40mm

I've considered selling mine lately though, as I'd like to buy another Mark AR but in a 6-18x40mm because I like to stretch it out to much longer ranges. I'd like to be able to see my holes in the target better at times as well. But mine does awesome out to 250 yards so far. I just need a spotting scope to see the hits on the target.

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Bird76Mojo,
Thx, the MilDot is a good suggestion.
I will review all of the suggestions from the site !

Does anyone thing we have too much info available on the Web, there are SSOOOO many choices.

Thanks to all.



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Hurst Shifter w/Longer Replacement Shift Handle with (Homemade) Mounting Adapter; 1.5" up x 1" back.
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Thx, the MilDot is a good suggestion.
I will review all of the suggestions from the site !

Does anyone thing we have too much info available on the Web, there are SSOOOO many choices.

Thanks to all.


I imagine you'd love the Mark AR. No math/doping, no taping your doping cards to your rifle, etc.. Couldn't be any more simple. It's really nice to be able to just dial-n-shoot immediately.

With my Mark AR scope and my range finder, I can be on target with the very first shot, usually within a couple MOA of the bullseye.
If I already know the range, then I just dial the scope to that range and make the shot. Perfect every time, and the scope/gun is more accurate than I am.

I find that the more confusion and calculations you can remove from any situation, the better off you'll be in the long run. "KISS" rules apply here.

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I looked at the Mark AR .223, nice looking scope.
Th only scary thing is the price... $499.99 Retail, Turners, locally, has it for $449.00, and I have a $50 coupon, so it would still run me $400; $100 over my limit... might work !

Going to look at one tomorrow and get some hands on, will let you know where I stand after that.

Now to get an early X-Mas present !

Thanks to all for the info for the Scope... hoping for 5 shot/1" pattern at 100 yd.

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They can be bought cheaper if you're Google-fu is strong.

You might think about getting something higher powered than a 3-9 though. A 4-12 might be a better choice. 6-18 if you really like to stretch her legs.

My scope is definitely capable of making those 5 shots within 1" but it's ultimately up to the shooter as you know..

At your budget you'll be stuck with second focal plane stuff for the most part. So magnification when zeroing vs when shooting will be important to keep track of.


GB :)

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Thanks, i will keep it in mind.



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Got a couple new additions. H&R sportsman 22 revolver and a Century Arms lever action 12 gauge shotgun



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The lever action, new production, right?



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Although that's a nice looking shotgun, I personally would never shoot anything with the name Century Arms on it, muc less be within 50 feet of it during operation.

That's not me being a gun snob either. Seeing their carelessness in manufacturing their RAS-47 (which has a tendency to open it's headspace with use up to and including the point of literally grenading itself in the shooter's face), and their C39V2 (which does the same thing) while being fully aware of it and refusing to address the issue is enough to scare me away from  their products.

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I will probably never shoot the shotgun, it will be more of a novelty piece. They both were my grandfathers guns and he passed away recently. The pistol I probably will shoot, they’re both about 40 years old.



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A couple new guns have made their way into the house, with another one expected soon.

For (early) mother's day, I helped my mother pick out a handgun and slid the funds her way for it. Smith & Wesson SD9VE, walked out the door for just a touch under $400 at a local shop.



Earlier, I picked up this Heritage Rough Rider in 22LR for $140 out the door. I've only tossed a handful of rounds through it thus far, but so far I like it. I will have to find a type of ammo that will hit where the sights are aimed at, because they are completely non adjustable.



I've also got this box of steel, copper, and lead sitting on my floor in anticipation of a new rifle. An AKM from Atlantic Firearms. I would have had it by now if it were in stock.





Oh, and I put this together just because. Why? Well, why not?

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Been very quiet on my front, though i think since i last updated, a Model 29 and an A5 Super light have joined the fray.

I like the look of that AK, i'm unsure about how red the wood appears in that photo, but if i ever get some kind of AK one day, i want one with wood :)



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I have a set of that furniture sitting in the corner. The photo is actually very close to what you get. Without a side by side, you wouldn't tell the difference.



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This is proof that I have a wonderful wife and son!  Been wanting this CZ P-07 in 9x19 for about a year (ever since I fondled in our favorite LGS.  Arctic Wolf and my wife, Nicholé, went half each on this for me as a Fathers Day gift.  Took it to our private range and it shoots like a dream.  Blew 4 different brands of ammo through it and no malfunctions.  Came with 3) 15-round mags, 3) back straps, 2) mag extender base plates (increases capacity to 17 rounds), factory installed tritium sights, cleaning tools and custom-fit case.  Life is good.... :)



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