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    Nice, what does that weigh all in?
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    With the Leupold Ultralite compact 3-9x33mm scope - PRW low rings and loaded with 5 150gr rounds in a 5 round mag it is 8.8lbs weighed with my digital Berkley fish scale.

    I bought it evening of Oct 26 2020 mounted the scope zeroed it early the next morning shot a grouse with it then on Nov 2 I shot a blacktail buck at appr 100 yards a week later I shot a second blacktail buck with it at 140 yards.

    I really like it my interest is it fits into a small rifle scabbard I mount on the handlebars of my Kawasaki KLX250s dual sport motorcycle.



    Last edited by Camp Cook; 01-17-2021 at 01:15 AM.
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    Guess I'll have to scrape the EE for one... Thanks Camp Cook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camp Cook View Post
    With the Leupold Ultralite compact 3-9x33mm scope - PRW low rings and loaded with 5 150gr rounds in a 5 round mag it is 8.8lbs weighed with my digital Berkley fish scale.

    I bought it evening of Oct 26 2020 mounted the scope zeroed it early the next morning shot a grouse with it then on Nov 2 I shot a blacktail buck at appr 100 yards a week later I shot a second blacktail buck with it at 140 yards.

    I really like it my interest is it fits into a small rifle scabbard I mount on the handlebars of my Kawasaki KLX250s dual sport motorcycle.



    Camp cook where abouts on the.island are you there

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    I'm on the mainland = Fraser Valley

    Pic of motorcycle is near Kamloops
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camp Cook View Post
    With the Leupold Ultralite compact 3-9x33mm scope - PRW low rings and loaded with 5 150gr rounds in a 5 round mag it is 8.8lbs weighed with my digital Berkley fish scale.

    I bought it evening of Oct 26 2020 mounted the scope zeroed it early the next morning shot a grouse with it then on Nov 2 I shot a blacktail buck at appr 100 yards a week later I shot a second blacktail buck with it at 140 yards.

    I really like it my interest is it fits into a small rifle scabbard I mount on the handlebars of my Kawasaki KLX250s dual sport motorcycle.



    That rifle just looks out of scale in that picture. Either that's an awful small rifle, or a really big jack rabbit.
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    Its a coastal blacktail they are not much bigger than a jack rabbit or my dogs mind you my dogs weigh 130 - 140lbs each.

    This is my 2019 5 year old mature blacktail buck yes two points are the genetic norm on my little mtn.

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    Here are two of them with the 2020 buck the other one is off to the left pouting I smacked his nose to get him to stop licking the deer.

    I'm guessing the deer was max 150lbs glad it wasn't bigger I had to drag it uphill for 150 yards to get to the access trail.

    Last edited by Camp Cook; 01-17-2021 at 07:08 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camp Cook View Post
    With the Leupold Ultralite compact 3-9x33mm scope - PRW low rings and loaded with 5 150gr rounds in a 5 round mag it is 8.8lbs weighed with my digital Berkley fish scale.

    I bought it evening of Oct 26 2020 mounted the scope zeroed it early the next morning shot a grouse with it then on Nov 2 I shot a blacktail buck at appr 100 yards a week later I shot a second blacktail buck with it at 140 yards.

    I really like it my interest is it fits into a small rifle scabbard I mount on the handlebars of my Kawasaki KLX250s dual sport motorcycle.



    Amazing setup !

    I was looking to do something similar with my CRF 250L Rally and a 12.5" 870.

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