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No-Shot Scope Change Technique: Fluke? Legit?

Old 12-05-2011, 07:50 PM
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Originally Posted by jeepkid
Why not just shoot it? Isn't that the point off having all these "toys", to use them? Unless your shooting custom bullets at $3 each, whats the big deal of shooting 10-15 rounds downrange?

But, I would like to see how your tests turn out...
Haha, I never mind putting shots down range, in general...

The real reason I'm so intrigued was that I was wanting to change scopes on my wife's rifle, but didn't want to take time away from our short rifle deer season to go to the range. A buddy of mine said this technique would work, so we could do the swap without even firing the rifle.

I suppose it really would work pretty well for non-adjustable rings if you just took the top half of the rings off, put in the new scope of the same obj dia and torqued things back down... We're getting a new scope for the wife's back up coyote rig this winter, so we're going to put a new scope on it, then put THAT scope on her brush deer rifle, so I'll have at least two opportunities to test it out soon.
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