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    Gotta get me some of these!

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    That could be a matter of scope cant or wind

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    Looks like slick gun!

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    NSA 43.8gr and 47.2gr shoot great out of the .30s. NSA 17.5gr and 20.2gr shoot great out of the .22s.

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    Will fixed power versions be something in the future?

    Definitely something we'd like to do. I think fixed power scopes are waaaay underrated!

    Awesome! I totally agree!

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    Will fixed power versions be something in the future?

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    I'm hoping they come out with a fixed power.

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    It's the Element scopes above. Looks to be great scopes with an awesome reticle but way out of my price range…

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    I believe you can swap that adjuster to either side. In the video it said that.

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    shoot44

    Dairyboy, Redick: You are confusing me. Perhaps you misread my post about the size of the case.  My bullpup is a stock Hatsan SFP(synthetic flash pup). It is 32 in long and easily fits in a 36 in case. What I like about the case is it is rectangle and 13 in tall inside so the bullpup with scope easily fits.

    Hey bud, we were both talking about the OPs length of bullpup. Wasn't questioning you at all 👍 sorry for the confusion 

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    I had the 10X and it was a nice scope. Good no nonsense scope. 

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    Unfortunately it is only 380 for the 25

    300mm for the 177 and 22

    According to Utah Airguns the .177 and .22 are 380mm and .25 is 480mm.

    The reason why this wasn't brought about before was it wasn't in the plans until recently is my guess. Why would they design guns that wouldn't work with this, like the Compacts and classics, if it was in the plans already?

    https://fxairguns.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/F10184-dreamline-compact-kit.pdf

    I believe what that is talking about is the shroud not the barrel. I know others have actually measured there barrels and confirmed the barrels are 380mm for the .177/.22 and 480mm for the .25. 

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    What bullpup do you have that's that short?

    You can read my thread Dillon

     

    https://www.airgunnation.com/topic/my-ukrainian-raptor-3-shorty❤/

    Oh yeah I forgot about that one! Didn't realize they were so short very cool!

    I should have an older style Lelya Gen2 .20 coming to me the end of this week and it's about the same length.

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    Unfortunately it is only 380 for the 25

    300mm for the 177 and 22

    According to Utah Airguns the .177 and .22 are 380mm and .25 is 480mm.

    The reason why this wasn't brought about before was it wasn't in the plans until recently is my guess. Why would they design guns that wouldn't work with this, like the Compacts and classics, if it was in the plans already?

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    What bullpup do you have that's that short?

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    As far as I know no type of sound moderation is ok, shroud or LDC.

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    sean48855

     I’ll be able to crank up the power with slugs and get 30 cal power with a better shot count

    This isn't true. A .30 will be more efficient with the power and you'll get more shots with a .30 at .30 power. But yes for your needs a .25 will suffice.

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    I've owned many Discovery scopes and never had an issue. However I also don't use the illuminated features on any of my scopes. Would actually prefer scopes without them

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    I would have to agree with others. Most consistent pellets I've shot are JSB .30 pellets. While I don't shoot competition at all mainly pest I won't even shoot .30 pellets anymore just going with NSAs. Even the lighter 43.8gr and 47.2gr slugs have BC of 0.105-0.11 which is definitely better than the .22s that work well in my gun. And over double the .30 pellets. Cost between the slugs and pellets are minimal for those.

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