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Thought I'd post a pic of the completion of a 5 year project. That's how long it took to get this mount. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to a certain Pro member who assisted in obtaining this; thank you sir for your assistance and trustworthiness.

I'm starting this thread because I told him I would post pics of my targets once I shoot her with the scope mount. So per our deal, I'll post Pics of both irons and scope firing.

Stay tuned, until then enjoy the pics.

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Thought I'd post a pic of the completion of a 5 year project. That's how long it took to get this mount. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to a certain Pro member who assisted in obtaining this; thank you sir for your assistance and trustworthiness.

I'm starting this thread because I told him I would post pics of my targets once I shoot her with the scope mount. So per our deal, I'll post Pics of both irons and scope firing.

Stay tuned, until then enjoy the pics.

RG
Excellent rifle and setup--- what is the date code??? :biggrin:

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Tony:

Thank you but really the scope looks goofy as can be but when I swing it up to firing position it comes right up, almost perfectly. I may add a 1" recoil pad to get perfect eye relief.

It is a HI date code. I own two HI's. The one in the picture is a presentation model and the other is a bit if a beater, parts gun for this presentation one.

Thought I'd post a pic of the completion of a 5 year project. That's how long it took to get this mount. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to a certain Pro member who assisted in obtaining this; thank you sir for your assistance and trustworthiness.

I'm starting this thread because I told him I would post pics of my targets once I shoot her with the scope mount. So per our deal, I'll post Pics of both irons and scope firing.

Stay tuned, until then enjoy the pics.

RG
Excellent rifle and setup--- what is the date code??? <img src="https://www.hkpro.com/forum/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Biggrin" class="inlineimg" />

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To y:

Thank you but really the scope looks goofy as can be but when I swing it up to firing position it comes right up, almost perfectly. I may add a 1" recoil pad to get perfect eye relief.

It is a HI date code. I own two HI's. The one in the picture is a presentation model and the other is a bit if a beater, parts gun for this presentation one.
Thanks--- the scope does not look goofy!!! :wink:

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Nice.

Why so long to get one of the mounts? There is almost always one or three for sale at gb and eb.

Or did you need one of the HK-05 mounts which has the flip lever toward the end and not in the middle? If your scope has only 2 control knobs (top and right side, usually), the middle-flip lever is fine. If your scope also has red-green illumination or different reticules actuated by a third control knob (on the left side, usually), then the end-location flip lever is best. And there are inexpensive and moderately expensive picatinny mounts available too, 3-400 $ cheaper than Hk-05 mounts. Just wondering.

Thought I'd post a pic of the completion of a 5 year project. That's how long it took to get this mount. I owe a huge debt of gratitude to a certain Pro member who assisted in obtaining this; thank you sir for your assistance and trustworthiness.

I'm starting this thread because I told him I would post pics of my targets once I shoot her with the scope mount. So per our deal, I'll post Pics of both irons and scope firing.

Stay tuned, until then enjoy the pics.

RG
 
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