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    briansmith
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    I bought a Marauder 25 cal with scope from Sean Casey.  The scope was shipped off the gun in it’s own scope box.  I looked it all over, mounted the scope and it was still smack on target.  Shot 3 shots The very first 3, almost just right on top of each other well inside a 1/2 inch at 25 yds with no adjustments whatsoever.  Good Karma maybe?  Brian

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    spysir
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     Sounds right to me. A few years ago I sold an FT rig, rifle & scope and the owner didn’t want me to remove to scope – which I insisted on doing- as all the ramges were marked …..  and he didn’t want to loose them. I told him it would likely only be off 1 – 3 clicks and he mearly needed to re-zero at 27 and all the ranges would be spot on, he was happy.  
     Just using some $18.00 UTG quick release rings on the HM1000x with Aeon 10-40×56 and it seems to stay within 3 clicks when removing/remounting.
    Congrats on the new rifle!
    Trigger “fixed” yet?
    Jeff ( who lives North of Nashville) posted this on torsion spring removal – the first 100 marauder with “Match” triggers did NOT have this extra spring-
    https://avveduti.wordpress.com/2010/04/30/marauder-project-lightening-the-trigger/

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    SaltH2OSlick
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    Had one of those good karma moments last week as well… Got my new .25 Vulcan in and scope had not arrived yet… Have a .22 Cricket with QD mounted Primary Arms FFP 4-14 scope on it. I decided to take it off and stick it on the Vulcan .25… First shot at 25 yards DEAD ON CENTER just a tad high… moved to 50 yards without adjusting the scope… first three shots out of the Vulcan and it made a ragged hole… Later took the scope off the Vulcan and put it back on my .22 Cricket for some sparrow control and first three shots, head shots at 30 to over 60 yards… still have not touched the scope turrets… Never had anything close to that happen before… especially 2 different brand guns, different calibers… I’m really liking this Vulcan, especially since I’m a lefty and that cricket cocking lever digs into my cheek pretty good when I mount it… Forward cocking handle on the Vulcan takes some gettin’ used to, but I’m going to enjoy this one, I can tell!

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    briansmith
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    Thanks for that John   The only thing I did so far was to back that screw all the way out with no change.  I’ll do the L spring mod tomorrow when my wife is out with the girls for the day and I have some time.  Thanks much.  Brian

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    briansmith
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    Got to thinking about that L-spring trigger job and it got the best of me so I ran out to the shop and did it.  Some one said 10 minutes? It was more like 5.  Mine all went super smooth and like clock work.  The 4 little screws came right out.  I took the spring out with my fingers, bent it with a pair of pliers, and stuck it all back together so fast I was astonished.  What a difference.  “Thanks Much” to you and Jeff.  Brian Smith <><

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