Bore scope + rifle

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by Markjz, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. Markjz

    Markjz
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  2. RockKrawler

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    that lens looks a might big ,may want to check and see what size it is and what caliber bore it can slip into.
    RK
     
  3. Markjz

    Markjz
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    not talking about bore sighting I mean using it to shoot over cover without exposing yourself
     
  4. RockKrawler

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    Sorry,i didn't have my dick tracey secert decoder ring on which would of helped me read your mind.
    Next time you ask a question,a little more info on the intended purpose may help.
     
  5. Wheeler44

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    Most "scopes" have a focal point....I would guess that the bore "scope" focuses pretty close to the lens...Unless you were shooting at something incredibly close (and thus wouldn't need a scope) I don't see an advantage..
     
  6. Silver Fox

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    This would have came in handy in college, but a survival scenrio? Too much gear for me.

    SF-
     
  7. The Cheese

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    lol.

    On a different note, didn't some company at Shot Show a year or 2 ago have some sort of periscope type thing that you could mount to your aimpoint to achieve the same end? I don't think they are around anymore though, but I am too lazy to google it.
     
  8. trainsktg

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    What's wrong with using a small mirror on a stick?

    Keith
     

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