Skip to comments.Vortex Viper HS LR 4 16X50 Rifle Scope- Quick Review
Posted on 02/12/2019 8:45:20 AM PST by w1n1
Тhе Vоrtех Орtісѕ Vіреr 4-16Х50 НЅ LR rіflе ѕсоре іѕ one of the fаvоrіtеs fоr huntеrѕ аnd ѕhооtеrѕ. With a quality scope comes the price that you must pay, something аrоund $600. Itѕ thе gо-tо аnd muѕt-hаvе fоr you guys/gals that need a quаlіtу scope fоr your precision long range itch.
Тhе ехtrа іntеrnаl ѕсоре аdјuѕtmеntѕ, thе ВDС аnd ЅFР rеtісlе, аnd ѕuреr НЅ LR сараbіlіtіеѕ іѕ whаtѕ gіvеn іt іtѕ mіghtу rеvіеwѕ асrоѕѕ thе bоаrd. What does that mean exactly?
BDC stands for bullet drop compensation, and it is ballistics reticle. These reticles are capable of giving shooters a true point of aim for a known distance to compensate for bullet drop.The vortex viper scope has an advanced optical system.
The XD glass of vortex scopes delivers an image that is sharp and clear from edge to edge. The XR multi-coated lenses of Vortex Viper HS capture most light from dawn till dusk. The 4 x zoom range will pull you closer to the target. Read the rest of Vortex Viper HS LR 16X50.
One thing that I do to avoid headings that turn out looking like this is to copy and past heavily formatted text into notepad and then copy from notepad to Free Republic's posing form.
I would like to have one but in the Piney Woods of NW Florida it would be almost useless.
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I completely agree.
Yeah, what does it mean?
It means it's about average for 'Am Shooting Journal'.
You could shoot on the beach.....might scare families
St Joe paper would have to have some long pipeline reaches Id think
But yes it aint Nevada
Same thing middle tennnesse unless you shoot down across a valley from a ridgetop
Better have a four wheeler handy to run back and forth to check MOA around here
What's the matter? Are you hierophobic?
I never spent any time in Middle Tennessee. I did once date a girl who attended Union University. I was going to visit her but she transferred to Mississippi State for her last two years so I ended up going to Starkeville instead.
Daddy’s first cousin was on the Sunday School Board in Nashville. They returned to NW Fl. after retirement then back to Nashville, actually Franklin, for their last few years due to having 3 kids there.
They said Nashville had really gone down.
This has happened to me a lot cutting and pasting from various sources. My reaction is usually something like this.
It means Klingons like it.
They must not have been here in a while
Nashville is right now the biggest boomtown Ive ever witnessed
Weve led the tower crane count for around three years now
I live outside of Franklin a few miles south
Williamson county is the richest county cost of living adjusted in the country
Nashville has lowest black metro population of any major city in the south
So it escapes mostly the problems that brings although like the murder last week of that musician it does happen
The ghetto is shrinking here
I've been looking around in the eastern side, near Cleveland.
But I am looking blind and long distance. Hope to make a trip
to the area in the semi near future to get a better feel before making a move.
Got to get around some like minded folks for retirement.
That said, there's a lot of guys who really like them. I have one of their reflex sights on a 22/45 Lite and it's made shooting a 22 handgun fun again with my old eyes. I already had a Burris and the Leupold was more than I could afford at the time. d:^)
Snow in the line above interstate 40 is common every year especially near the Kentucky line
Snow below interstate 40 happens most years but with about one third the frequency and intensity
At altitude of 2000 foot or better on the Cumberland plateau or the Appalachian you get a lot more snow
The higher the more essentially
Even in Nashville the hilltops may get inches and down low only a dusting
We had a home at 4800 elevation at Hound Ears North Carolina and the snow there was like interior Maine
Cold as hell and a lot of snow
Grandfather mountain some seasons had 9-10 feet
But most of Tennessee gets not much snow...average for Nashville is 8 inches but its contrasted tween several snows a year versus years with just a couple dustings
One thing middle tennessee gets is rain
Rain rain rain rain rain
Its been overcast of rain 83 of last 110 days..
Weve had 11 days straight of rain in November
Far rainier than Birmingham or Atlanta
Ask any roofer or car wash owner
Im sick of it
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