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    WTB: Burris Signature Zee rings - 1 Inch

    Gidday, anyone got a set of these lying around that they want to move on? I think mediums will do the job, but possibly might need high's (for bolt clearance). I could just get a set from Optic Zone etc, but thought I would ask locally first...

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    Im in America now if you want some new ones? can look at the local hunting shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malhunting View Post
    Im in America now if you want some new ones? can look at the local hunting shop.
    Sweet, that would be perfect! Would give me a good excuse to meet you to since we live close by... Let me know what you find and the cost etc & I can transfer the $'s to you.

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    No worries i should have time over the weekend, ill let you know what they have, dont worriy about the money until i return. June 6th.
    While your here are the Lyman auto powder scales any good? i have a deal going with a fella over here.

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    Oh what sort of rifle are you wanting to put them on, just a standard dove tail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malhunting View Post
    No worries i should have time over the weekend, ill let you know what they have, dont worriy about the money until i return. June 6th.
    While your here are the Lyman auto powder scales any good? i have a deal going with a fella over here.
    Good as gold, cheers mate. I have only used Lyman scales once, I prefer the chargemaster though. One thing that the chargemaster does that the Lyman doesn't (as far as I know) is to automatically throw the next load once the scale settles back at zero (so once the pan is placed back on the scale). With the Lyman you need to push the dispense button each time. Minor I know, but slightly annoying... I also read somewhere that the Chargemaster is more accurate than the Lyman. There certainly seemed to be a little variation in the powder load (looking in the case) going by my eye-o-meter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malhunting View Post
    Oh what sort of rifle are you wanting to put them on, just a standard dove tail?
    Just to fit standard Burris bases. Going on a CZ rimfire but I have some 11mm to Burris base adapters coming...

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    This one says that it automatically despenses another load after resetting the pan so they must have made some improvements to them.
    Its not costing me anything so i think i will bring it home and see how it goes.
    I will check rings out tomorrow and let you know.

    Cheers mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malhunting View Post
    This one says that it automatically despenses another load after resetting the pan so they must have made some improvements to them.
    Its not costing me anything so i think i will bring it home and see how it goes.
    I will check rings out tomorrow and let you know.

    Cheers mate
    Yeah, the fact that its free certainly makes it attractive too... I would definitely be bringing it home to try anyway. Can always flick it on if it doesn't spin your wheels

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    Yeah exactly, but i think for all the reloading i intend to do it should be fine may just have to load check a bit more often.

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    Had a look today and they only have Luepold rings as well as Weaver, so not much help to ya really.
    If you want some luepys let me know.

 

 

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