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Old 04-30-2015, 07:27 AM   #16
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Doesn't bug me - just curious. What power scope is it?
This one is the 5x25, really enjoy it so far. I have a PST 6x24 on another rifle, but I think these burris are very good for price point. With the SCR reticle coming out, it should be interesting on my wallet as well this fall. I think I will be upgrading a few...
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Old 05-01-2015, 06:22 PM   #17
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I don't believe your heighth has a great deal with where your scope is mounted. Measure the stock from the crease of your arm, or the end of forearm and your trigger finger should be able to set on trigger or just a little forward of it. If not you may need to add or remove some of the rubber butt plates. Then set your eye relief accordingly to having a full view when looking through your scope. This will help you to always have the same scope view whether prone or bench shooting. This is just how I learned to set my rifle up when you are looking for consistency.

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******* sweet! I love my SSG 3000!
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I don't believe your heighth has a great deal with where your scope is mounted.
Generally speaking, greater height usually means longer arms.
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Nice job I would like to know what make is your muzzle brake I am trying to decide which one to install on my SSG 3000. Does it help do you feel a difference....

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Nice job I would like to know what make is your muzzle brake I am trying to decide which one to install on my SSG 3000. Does it help do you feel a difference....

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I put this one on mine and love it, but it was a pain in the butt to time properly, even when using their extra $25 precision washer kit:

http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts...prod54370.aspx
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....would like to know what make is your muzzle brake I am trying to decide which one to install on my SSG 3000. Does it help do you feel a difference....
Looks like an APA Little ******* Gen II. Performed very well in actual testing compared to other brakes. Data here - Muzzle Brake: Summary of Field Test Results | PrecisionRifleBlog.com

BTW - can you tell me where in Canada you purchased this?
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You are right, it is an APA brake gen II. I purchased it at Prophet river in Lloydminster. The brake it self is awesome for watching impact on all targets, tames it down a lot. This is a heavy rifle for the caliber, but I still would put the same brake on it. Can not say enough about it, you do pay for quality though.
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I put this one on mine and love it, but it was a pain in the butt to time properly, even when using their extra $25 precision washer kit:

http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts...prod54370.aspx
I have a JEC on my SSG. It came in second on the testing done by Cal Zant.

It's very effective.
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