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Post by paul noles on 6/18/2018, 3:12 am

First topic message reminder :

Primary arms ...2 min dot model ..md /rb/ad... most likely going to be on a Kodiak base slide mounted on a 45 1911...

YAY OR NAY...

not gonna buy a h1 or t1 so any other comments or opinions warmly welcomed.

Especially if anybody has any experience with the primary arms

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Post by PhotoEscape on 10/27/2018, 8:49 pm

Subsequently, based on technical specifications of the Nikon Tactical SuperDot, and very specifically that one click of the dial representative of 1 MOA adjustment, I shut five targets below every time adjusting dot by 12 MOA.  Since I had no intentions to be absolutely precise, and wanted only to see approximation of the return to starting point, using 6-ring of B-2 as a measurement, I shut free hand using two arms hold mostly with "garbage" ammo.




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Post by PhotoEscape on 10/27/2018, 8:51 pm

Hm... only three pictures got published.  Here are the two others.
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Post by PhotoEscape on 10/27/2018, 9:00 pm

Last target was shut with CCI SV.  As you might see Nikon red dot did quite a good job returning to starting point.  Leaving aside few flyers that can only be attributed to truly yours (ME, and only me!), all groups are within the dimension of 6 ring (or probably closer to less than 7 ring) of NRA B-2 target.  With that, red dot that did that for the cost of $180, definitely deserves a chance in my book.

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Post by LenV on 10/30/2018, 4:26 pm

At the range today I decided to duplicate this test with my Model 41. Mostly duplicate. I shot this at 25yds with CCISV and my new Nikon PTactical. I started with (1) 5 in the middle. 2. Right 10 clicks. 3. Down 10. 4. Left 20 clicks. 5. Up 10 and 6. Right 10 and back to start. I shot this pretty fast so any little wobbles were me not the scope or pistol. If I slow down like I did at the start and finish the old 41 will shoot pretty fair groups.

Testing the Vortex on the 14-6. That was easy. It was one of those times that you shoot 5 and just say "good enough" I had a lot of pistols/revolvers to shoot today. Sunshine days are getting further apart.
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