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    DellaDog
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    Best 4500 fill in DFW. Great people. 

    International Scuba

    2540 Marsh Lane, Suite 128

    Carrollton, TX 75006

    Phone: 972-416-8400

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    Thanks @Richeic, it was a pleasure working with you as well. Enjoy the rangefinder.

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    YO

    Nothing at all to tune. You did it already by swapping boards.

    There's Nothing else to do. It's already done. You got your 12 power levels. Nothing to tune.

    Set to the closest power level that's around 920-940fps for Redesigns and 860-890fps for 18gr JSBs. Just change preset power level to change speed so simple.

    Not exactly.

    Each of the 12 settings can be individually “tuned” to flatten the curve even further by adjusting the pulse width.

    There’s a very good thread on adjusting each setting. It’s also covered in the manual. 

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    The ocular adjustment affects the high magnification clarity 

    No, it does not.

    It's for adjusting the reticle sharpness for an individual's eyesite. (Unless you're referring to the reticle clarity)

    "Focusing the eyepiece ensures the reticle or crosshairs looks clear for your specific eyes."

    Leupold.

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    Id be better off buying the 34mm Athlon Ares ETR unbranded for a little more than that. Then I could sell them for $300 instead of $1199 and afford to do a one time warranty swap and toss in the trash for each and break even.

    Huh?

    Can you please explain “Athlon Ares ETR unbranded?”

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    Thank you ELH , Springer & Nomo

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    On the Airwolf at least, there’s no need to remove the stock.

    I’m pretty sure the set screws are for mechanical triggers only.

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    Thanks Motor. I’ll go at it again and see if I can get it to move. 

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    Great video, thanks for your contribution. 

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    Oregun

    I called AoA yesterday and spoke to Kip about the RedWolf Safari… after a nice conversation, I said, "put me on the list!"  They should start shipping the end of July.

    –Carl

    Interested in a Safari as well. Keep us posted. 

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    787

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    Think if I had that budget I would go to the right scope for the right job. Might stat a new thread with, I have $600 plus to spend on the right scope what would you purchase.

    The Athlon Midas TAC has 10 yard parallax and a growing reputation as a great scope. About $600.

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    Thanks for the reply Motorhead. I’m definitely not in search of the highest power. Quite the opposite, I’m looking for the flattest curve at the highest power level that shoots the tightest group. I guess I’ll mess with the pulse widths between 160 and 220 at power level 10 and try to flatten the curve.

    I assumed the board would come preset that way (curve wise at least)

    Thanks again for the follow up. 

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    Some interesting results today with the Heliboard and Labradar. I wanted to run the 18 gr JSBs from a full charge (230 bar) down to 140.

    I thought the board would do a better job of keeping the velocities tighter over the pressure range, but that's not happening. Wondering if this is normal because I never ran the test with the factory board. Here's the results:

    230 bar : 980 fps – one nice big hole at 25 yds. ES about 5 – very nice.

    200 bar : 970 fps

    170 bar : 950 fps

    160 bar : 940 fps

    155 bar : 930 fps

    145 bar : 910 fps

    140 bar : 900 fps – correction to keep the same poi = 1 MOA up and 1 MOA left

    Does an 80 fps variance from top to bottom seem normal, or is the MCT not mapping as expected?

    Thoughts?

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    Just got a chance to run the Wolf and heliboard with Labradar.

    Stock Power level 11 setting / 210 bar

    JSB Exact Monster (redesigned)  25.4 gr. : 890 fps, 45 ft/lbs

    JSB Exact 18.1 gr. : 980 fps, 39 ft/lbs

    JSB Exact 15.9 gr. : 1025 fps / 37 ft/lbs

    All group well, but will probably get the 18.1s down to 920-940 for better grouping. (and plink the 15.9s, really only shoot them on the Regal)

    Really like the monster numbers.

    Great addition to a great rifle.

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    Eventually sold every PCP I’ve owned, except one.

    Daystate AirWolf. I’ll always have it. 

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    Sold Pending Funds. 

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    Reduced. Will ship in hard Plano case. 

    50 yards 10 shots each

     

     

    100 yards 10 shots

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