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    S&B 5-45 high power MOA

    Just got my new S&B 5-45 MOA version and cantalever Spuhr. The regular version would just work but the end of the clamp hangs over the rail by one slot. Nice looking optic and great service from Go Big. Excellent communication and great guy to deal with.

    Now just need it to stop raining to try it out
    https://imgur.com/a/NhJGpjo

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    Looks good Blackburbot!

    davecasey: "I hope the bill (bill c71) goes through and they take you ar15 and leave you holding your tiny sick in your hands." (he is a classic act, isn't he?)
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    Looks sharp Blackburbot!

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    Super GunNutz GreenBob's Avatar
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    Able to do a short or long review on it?
    Do you have any other scopes you can compare it too?

    Cheers,
    davecasey: "I hope the bill (bill c71) goes through and they take you ar15 and leave you holding your tiny sick in your hands." (he is a classic act, isn't he?)
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    Haven't played with it enough to get a really good handle on it. Like all S&B products, great name and quality.

    The optics are very nice, what I did notice with all the high power S&B is that they are "steel target" scopes more than a "paper" scope. They still are incredible, standard target grids start dropping out at 700+ yards during northern Alberta winter's with no mirage. It is a very long optics that might require a cantalever mount due to it's length and how the illuminated reticle switch. The magnification ring is easy to use and doesn't seem to "bite" your fingers between mount/bolt/rifle. It does take some time to get used to the offset indicator positions of the windage and parallax. Windage is covered and it rarely gets played with so not an issue, and the parallax, just dial until the image is good compared to trying to dial the range.... I haven't ever had a scope that lined up between stamped yardage vs actual.

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