17 May 2016


First, it was pointed WAAAAAAAAAAY farther left than the B-Square mount had this scope.

Low and right is where it was hitting initially.

Second, the Nichols Bullet scope doesn't adjust honestly.

But the NcStar MARCQ mount does hold zero.

And I learned something about the Harris bipod mounted on Olga.  It's low-right a bit because I stretched up and leaned rather than repositioning correctly.

If you sit just right your heartbeat can cause horizontal stringing.  At first I was frustrated at the movement, but then decided to just let it bounce and see what I got from it.  Four shots touching in a line...

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