The rifle was intended for use on long distances hence the allowance for a sling. The extra weight can be taken by scout scopes, but this also means scope selection for a scout rifle is crucial to meet with the scout criteria. The ideal scout scope needs to be low-mounted, low-powered, long-eye relief and one placed forward for action. Such a scope could allow the shooter to have both eyes open to be aware and alert of the immediate surroundings.
This section is focused on the types of scopes that are ideal for your .308. However, before mentioning the compatible scopes, there is need to briefly highlight certain factors that determine the scope of your rifle. Below you will find wonderful information on the scope that is suitable for your .308.
With a quality pair of scopes, you can easily spot game from a distance and take an accurate shot. However, if the range if not right, then you’re most likely going to miss. Why? Because your range was not correct! Adding a hunting rangefinder will ensure pinpoint accuracies. While this might seem like more expenses on your hunting gear, it should not bother you. Most hunting rangefinders are affordable and easily available.
Hunting rangefinders eliminate any guesswork from your hunting. While some of the experienced hunters try to trust their guesswork, it is never that accurate. This device provides you with accurate distances between you and the target. Accurate distance from your rifle to your target is important when looking to make accurate shots. The rangefinder device will send a laser beam to the target and measure the distance.
With the conclusion of the 2005 World Championships the officers of the US F-Class Rifle Team stepped down making way for the new Officers: Eric Bair, Captain; Vanessa Warner, Adjutant and US Army SSGT Emil Praslick, Center Coach. All three were members of the 2005 US F-Class Team that competed in South Africa. All accepted …. Read More