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Old February 9th, 2006, 14:08   #106
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as far as scope goes... spend your money on quality lens (clear) rather then distance, 'cause you really don't need that in airsoft.

a 150-200$ cnd scope with a good eye relief and a good ocular opening is the way to go in my opinion. Don't bother with distance adjustments are "proper" crosshair moa or whatever system you like, its not usefull in airsoft.

Somehow, i'd wish a company like Guarder or Kings would think about making an 'airsoft' scope... with moa designed for for airsoft... anyways..
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Old February 10th, 2006, 12:12   #107
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interested...

I have the Tasco 3-9X42mm, and i found it enough for sniping. However, I do find the mildot reticle to be pretty useful when I snipe.
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Old February 10th, 2006, 12:35   #108
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Here's the list of interested parties so far.
SKI
Big G
Incursori
Bean
Concept_8
dj_ghillie
JacoNB
flack
Phil_Black
Drake
SniperChic
G_unit
Memel
Mon-KeiGH
CDN_Stalker
Redneck
pivot
Field_gunner
tsuru
Shotgun-Man
*ATF*Feanor
wey ferro
Xepharo
Iceman
Fox_111
OnePunch
wacho
BanditoKM

If I missed anyone, let me know.
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Old February 10th, 2006, 13:42   #109
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I'll join in
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Old February 10th, 2006, 15:22   #110
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I use the Simmons 6-24 x 42 AO MILDOT scope, one thing I like most about this is the mildot, even if you are slightly off, you can use one of the mildots as an aiming point until you are able to properly adjust. With a higher powered scope, you can use it for recce purposes. I do have one on sale, that is brand new, it is in Jaroons store if you want to check it out.
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Old February 10th, 2006, 16:36   #111
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Put me in the interested bunch.
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Old February 10th, 2006, 16:50   #112
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Old February 10th, 2006, 16:52   #113
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Cause this is so big to read all the messages, quick question...

Has anyone mentioned that a good sniper should be able to pick-up any rifle and hit a target?

Just my 2 pents.
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Old February 10th, 2006, 17:20   #114
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Cause this is so big to read all the messages, quick question...

Has anyone mentioned that a good sniper should be able to pick-up any rifle and hit a target?

Just my 2 pents.
We've mostly been hammering out what should be in the sniper section.
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Old February 10th, 2006, 17:44   #115
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Cause this is so big to read all the messages, quick question...

Has anyone mentioned that a good sniper should be able to pick-up any rifle and hit a target?

Just my 2 pents.
We've mostly been hammering out what should be in the sniper section.
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Old February 10th, 2006, 17:44   #116
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Figured, just thought I would make sure. I have noticed over the years, what everyone thinks should be there gets missed.

And can anyone tell me what is better for a PSG-1, a Bi-pod or small Tri-pod?
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Old February 10th, 2006, 17:48   #117
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I used a Bipod with my PSG. It was adjustable and swivel. The tripod requires a little more setup time and isn't as versitile. It's great for stationary target shooting though.
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Old February 10th, 2006, 18:02   #118
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I never use bipods. My fist, my rucksac or a beanbag is the best way to work. Then again, i'm a crawler, so i,m sort of different.

I don't really like the Swat-type sniping.. better to be in the action
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Old February 10th, 2006, 18:08   #119
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I've done my time with assault rifle sniping off my forarm/elbow cradle, and was thinking of picking up the PSG. I found from using a friends that because of an injury sustained I need a mount of some sort until I fully heal. Anymore suggestions?

Thanks for the ones already made like the fist, beanbag, etc...

(NOTE: I currently own a M700 from Sun Project, good for building sniping.)
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Old February 10th, 2006, 18:13   #120
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I'd recommend staying away from the PSG1. It's unreliable at best, a useless piece of junk at worst (and usually after only a couple of months).
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