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Thread: My new BSA hornet and Lynx 10-50x60!

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    Default My new BSA hornet and Lynx 10-50x60!

    got my hornet and lynx today very exciting!!

    only one problem though i ran out of upwards elevation adjustment and cant adjust any more to the left but have sorted these problems out now just had to get the right combination of the risers and mounts.got the lynx with mildots not the target dot or whatever else is available. bought it from TS cause they let me trade in my s400 and gamo 640

    here are some pics they arent that nice though cause they where taken indoors at night.






















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    sweet jesus.........it's like deja vue
    enjoy
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    where do you put than foto film urabus ? underneath the riser blocks?
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    Moose - that looks awesome. Congrats. What is that Lynx scope like?? What mounts did you get??
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    rear mount, between the scope and the bottom half.
    suppose you can try between the mounts and risers.
    how much are you out by? i can work out the required thickness........or just use chairgun.
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Fri May 27 2005, 11:18PM ]</span>
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    scope is really nice!! well worth the 5100 for it! thanks urabus.
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    urabus i cant seem to get the trigger light enough for my taste i have looked at the manule and the allen screw doesnt seem to have much effect.
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    adj screw 1) anti-clock wise to reduce pull weight. mine's set with 3/4 turn thread in with (thread loc)
    and it's pretty light..........so i thought.
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    Nice moose!

    Did you pick that Hornet up from TS today (friday)?

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    Congrats Moose. Did youget the scope sorted?
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    i need to put the stuff under the scope today will maby do that at wolwehoek.picked it up from TS on friday would like to say thanks to hennie as he was very helpful! i also need to put my dial in tape on the scope but i dont have a chrono to see what the average speed is,


    my hornet was so dirty!i was wiping this brown cr@p off of it all night, but thats fine.


    urabus i used that adjustment screw but still can seem to get it very light with out the screw actually coming out.
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    Ah so it was your Hornet I fondled and pawed.

    Saw it laying on the counter just after they opened.

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    yip thats the one it was lying on that yellow foam.
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    Verrrrrrrrrrrrrry nice . How does it shoot though ?
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    You coming to shoot with us today Allan?

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