IOR – a beast

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    Gunnertrones
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    The IOR Crusader came in yesterday. Now mounted on the Royale 500.
    The IOR Recon had to step aside, but demanded the Impact rail instead. Not a bad replacement I think.


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    Michael
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    Daaaamn! Love me some fine scopes.

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    tutuan
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    holy moly guacamole, noice!

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    AirSupply
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    Beautiful scopes. 
    Gunnar do you make use of the second zero. 
    I always thought it would a nice option for a different pellet. So you could have one zero for King Heavies and one for normal Kings. 
    Can it work that way?

     

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    Gunnertrones
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    “AirSupply”Beautiful scopes. 
    Gunnar do you make use of the second zero. 
    I always thought it would a nice option for a different pellet. So you could have one zero for King Heavies and one for normal Kings. 
    Can it work that way?

     

    I haven’t used the second Zero option/wheel.  Both scopes are new to me, so I have to do a bit research on that.   The easy power adjustment settings  on both the Royale and Impact gives some opportunities when it comes to compensating for pellet weight (to a certain level), but absolutely  – the second adjustment wheel on the IOR is something to take a closer look at.  
     

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    AirSupply
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    Gunnar another question if you don’t mind. I’m using a swfa 3x15x40 scope at the moment on my impact. When hunting and I take a shot there is some recoil and it can be hard to follow what happens in that moment of impact of the pellet on the target. 
    They talk about an advantage having the 40mm tube during recoil. Of course they where talking about centre fire rifles.  I’m really not sure what this is technically but do you find it easier to see things unfold as you take the shot with these scopes?
    Thanks Michael

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    Gunnertrones
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    As for all scopes, seeing the pellets flight and impact through the scope is something that comes with experience more than the scopes  clearity I believe.  But of course, the quality of the glass, high magnification and a light colored background helps a lot. 
    A scope that allows you to spot a fly 150 m out, will naturally be a better option than what a blure scope can do when it comes to observe the impact. 
    This was not a very good answer to your question (too obvious), but yes -spotting the impact through the IOR is very easy. 
     

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